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Andrea Tacchi – 1981 8-string

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Andrea Tacchi was born in Florence (Italy) in 1956 when the city was flourishing with artisan workshops and artists’ studios. This very stimulating environment and meeting the South American guitar maker Ricardo Brané drove him to become a luthier. In close contact with Robert Bouchet and Daniel Friederich during the 80s, he developed his craftmanship and artistic tastes. Later, he kept learning from other important guitar makers, such as Ignacio Fleta, José Romanillos, and Robert Ruck, traveling in person to the United States, England, and Spain. Andrea Tacchi’s absolute mastery was generously and legitimately rewarded. He received early on in 1985 the first prize in the prestigious international guitar making competition, the “Concours International des Facteurs de Guitare” organized by Robert Vidal of Radio France. From there on, global recognition by guitarists and collectors led him to build a waiting list among the most impressive in guitar history. As a result, the number of legendary guitarists, prestigious professors, and young generation concerts who play Andrea Tacchi guitars. To name a few: Carlo Marchione, Carlotta Dalia, Antigoni Goni, Renata Arlotti, Filomena Moretti, Flavio Cucchi, Robert Gruca, Colin Davin, Minoru Inagaki, and Marcelo Kayath.

This 1981 guitar is a remarkable piece from the esteemed luthier Andrea Tacchi, making it a prized possession for both collectors and players who admire Tacchi’s exceptional craftsmanship. As a testament to Tacchi’s skill and artistry, this instrument embodies the unique characteristics that are quintessential to his guitars. The trebles of this guitar are notably silky smooth and velvety, offering a refined sound that is both pleasing and expressive. Complementing these are the basses, which are rich and resonant, contributing to the guitar’s overall depth and sonorous quality. The combination of a cedar soundboard with Brazilian rosewood back and sides not only enhances its tonal attributes but also adds to its aesthetic charm, making it a visually stunning piece as well as aurally.

Despite being over four decades old, this guitar is in good condition. It has undergone several well-executed repairs, including mending of cracks, ensuring that it continues to deliver the exceptional sound quality for which Andrea Tacchi’s instruments are renowned. This guitar is not just an instrument; it’s a piece of history, reflecting the legacy of one of the greatest guitar makers. Its enduring beauty and remarkable sound make it a highly desirable guitar for those who appreciate the finer nuances of classical guitar music and craftsmanship.

Luthier: Andrea Tacchi
Construction year: 1981
Top: Cedar
Back and sides: Brazilian rosewood (CITES certified)
Scale: 600 mm
Nut: 69.5 mm
Weight: 1520 grams
Air body frequency: G#
Tuners: Antique
Strings: Knobloch EDC 34.0
Case: Hardshell
Condition: Good

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+49 721 38143275

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