Víctor Quintanilla started his guitar-making journey in 2000 when he took his first course in carpentry. He entered “Lutherie Malagueña School” and studied for two years under the guidance of Maestro Chacón. Soon after, he opened his workshop and continued making guitars until today. All this led him to win the first prize at the prestigious Antonio Marin Montero Guitar Making Competition held in Granada, Spain, in October 2019. Furthermore, his works have been influenced heavily by renowned guitar maker Daniele Chiesa. Several top guitarists, including Pedro Sierra and Rafael Aguirre, perform on his instruments.
This model built in August 2022, shows Victor’s excellent ability as a craftsman and that he won well-deserved the first prize at the prestigious 2019 Antonio Marin Montero guitar-making competition. The guitar was finely built using beautiful selected materials and complimented by a tasteful and classy ornamentation design. Furthermore, it sound has a fantastic clarity representing the traditional Spanish flamenco guitar at the highest level. It is simply a breathtaking instrument by a young and talented Spanish guitar maker and it is excellent for flamenco and classical guitar repertoire.
Watch the presentation video of this special guitar below, where you will find a lot of additional information about its playability and sound.
|Luthier:||Victor Daniel Quintanilla Fernandez|
|Back and sides:||Indian rosewood|
|Air body frequency:||G|
|Strings:||Knobloch EDC 34.0|
|Case:||Hiscox Pro II|