Eduardo Durán Ferrer was born in Granada in 1965, to a family with a long artisan tradition which begun in 1875 with his grandfather’s uncle Benito Ferrer. His grandfather, Eduardo Ferrer, was the teacher of almost every guitar maker in Granada, being also a teacher in the Yamaha guitar factory in Japan (in 1966-67-68).
After the apprenticeship in his father Antonio Durán’s workshop, where he learnt the trade from Rafael Moreno, and from his father and grandfather Eduardo, he began working as a guitar maker.
Currently he builds classical and flamenco guitars, using the traditional building system.
This elegant spruce top classical guitar has a very nice rosette with brown shavings. The rosewood bridge is framed with bone inlays. The back and the sides are made of Indian rosewood. The whole guitar is shellac French-polished. About the sound we can say that the guitar has good volume and a round sound. The tuners are made by Rubner. All French-polished. Hardshell case included.
|Luthier:||Eduardo Durán Ferrer|
|Back and sides:||Rosewood|