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Masaki Sakurai – 1982 Standard

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Masaki Sakurai, the nephew of the great Japanese master luthier Masaru Kohno, was born in 1944. He studied electrical engineering at Sophia University and became part of ” Kohno Guitar Manufacturing” in 1967, after graduation. In 1988, he won the prestigious first prize at the Fourth International Paris Guitar Making Competition. Masaki Sakurai’s guitars are of impeccable craftsmanship and are known for their easy playability and great volume of sound.

The 1982 Masaki Sakurai Standard model presents a fantastic opportunity for those seeking a high-quality concert guitar at an affordable price. This guitar stands out as an exceptional value, especially considering its performance capabilities. Perfectly suited for a variety of playing situations, it offers a responsive and dynamic playing experience. The guitar’s trebles are notably clear and sing with a vibrant tonality, contributing to a rich and expressive sound. Its responsiveness to the player’s touch makes it a reliable and enjoyable instrument to play, whether for practice sessions or live performances. As a pre-loved instrument, this guitar is in very good condition showing several playing wears. Overall, this Masaki Sakurai guitar is an outstanding choice, providing excellent quality and sound at a price point that is accessible to a wide range of guitarists.

Luthier: Masaki Sakurai
Construction year: 1982
Top: Spruce
Back and sides: Indian rosewood
Scale: 650 mm
Nut: 51 mm
Weight: 1720 grams
Air body frequency: G#
Tuners: Gotoh
Strings: Knobloch EDC 34.0
Case: Hardshell
Condition: Very Good


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