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Altamira – M01F Antique

1.199,00

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Altamira has established a reputation as one of the most interesting brands for Gypsy Jazz guitars. With a focus on high quality woods and authentic sound, Altamira guitars offer excellent value for money. Built in Asia under the direction of Hanson Yao, who trained at the renowned Rodriguez workshop in Spain, the instruments are played by both professional and passionate Gypsy Jazz guitarists around the world.

The “M” stands for the initials of the legendary guitar maker Mario Maccaferri, who developed this type of guitar and built it in collaboration with the French manufacturer Selmer from 1932 to about 1952. Although Maccaferri’s collaboration with Selmer ended in 1934, the company continued to produce several models of this guitar until 1952. It was Django Reinhard who made the Selmer Maccaferri guitars popular and his playing style. Thus, the Selmer Maccaferri model with its relatively large body and either oval “Petite Bouche” or D-shaped “Grande Bouche” sound hole is an indispensable element for any guitarist who wants to explore the inspiring and fascinating repertoire of Gypsy Jazz.

The M01 is available with oval sound hole (Petite Bouche), D-shaped sound hole (Grande Bouche) and F-holes, similar to those of a violin. This model has a very authentic percussive sound offering unbeatable value for money. With its solid spruce top and laminated rosewood back and sides, it is available in a high gloss finish or antique finish, the latter giving this fantastic model a nice vintage character. For optimal protection of the instrument, a well-fitting hard case is included in the price.

The photos of this guitar are general product images that may differ from the actual instrument.

Luthier: Altamira
Soundboard: Spruce – solid
Back and sides: Indian rosewood – laminated
Scale: 670 mm
Nut: 43 mm
Finish: Antique Finish
Case: Hardshell case
Condition: New

Additional information

Boden & Zargen

Finish

Mensur

Deckenholz

Baujahr

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