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  • Santos Hernandez – 1931

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  • Santos Hernandez – 1921

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  • Santos Hernandez – 1924

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  • Santos Hernandez – around 1935

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  • Santos Hernandez – 1925

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Santos Hernández

Santos Hernández (1874-1943), is undoubtedly one of the most important guitar makers, along with Antonio de Torres and Hermann Hauser I. His outstanding skills were recognized early in his career, when he became known as the creator of the Manuel Ramirez guitar of 1912, owned and played by Andres Segovia. This guitar is now in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. Santos Hernández’s guitars were also played by other famous guitarists, including Regino Sainz de la Maza and Eduardo Abreu.

In 1921, Santos Hernández left the workshop of Manuel Ramírez and opened his own workshop in the street “Calle de la Aduana, 27” in Madrid. The new workshop became a place for social gatherings, with the participation of the most famous classical guitarists such as Andres Segovia and Miguel Llobet, Ramón Montoya, and Sabicas.

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