Russian guitar maker Mijail Kharash has had a very interesting path. From Leningrad, where he was born, to Israel after the collapse of the USSR, finally settling in Spain, where he learned the wonderful craft of guitar making. Through contact with John Ray, José Vigil, and more, he developed masterful skills in the art of woodworking and immersed himself in the intricacies of the Spanish handmade guitar tradition. Recently, Mijail’s dedication was rewarded with second prize in the Antonio Marin Montero guitar-making competition.
This high-quality Spanish guitar has a beautiful spruce top and a back and sides made of precious Madagascar rosewood. It has a very airy and responsive sound. The tone is fast, with a warm soft colour and a playful character. One can truly appreciate the singing qualities and harmonic capacities of the classical guitar with this mature and remarkable instrument.
|Body and sides:||Madagascar rosewood|
|Air resonance frequency:||F#|
|Strings:||Knobloch 400 ADC|