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Wolfgang Jellinghaus – Antonio de Torres FE 13

2,367 $

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Wolfgang Jellinghaus’ meticulous study and admiration for Antonio de Torres’ work have culminated in the creation of a series of high-quality yet affordable guitars, each echoing the essence of original Torres instruments from various periods. This particular model draws inspiration from an early Torres guitar, built in 1860 and cataloged as FE 13 by Jose Romanillos. The historical significance of the original instrument is profound, having passed through the hands of Miguel Llobet before being sold to Hermann Hauser I, who regarded it as a pivotal influence on his mature style. Jellinghaus’ commitment to authenticity is evident in every aspect of the guitar, from the painstaking reproduction of the original’s “lime green” purfling on the top, back, and rosette, to the custom-built period-style tuning machines. This dedication to detail ensures that the guitar not only embodies the spirit of the original Torres but also serves as a bridge connecting modern players to the rich heritage of classical guitar craftsmanship.

Despite its smaller size and lightweight construction, this guitar defies expectations with its powerful and full-bodied sound. The instrument’s capability to produce fat basses and lyrical trebles, rich in overtones across the entire register, is truly remarkable. Its ease of playability, courtesy of the comfortable neck shape and quick response, makes it an ideal choice for both serious students and concert players looking for a high-caliber instrument without breaking the bank. These small-production, concert-level guitars are meticulously French-polished by hand, using select materials that enhance their visual and tonal beauty. The clear finish on this model gives it a pristine appearance, reminiscent of how the original Torres would have looked in 1860, adding to its overall charm. Wolfgang Jellinghaus’ replica stands as a testament to the enduring legacy of Antonio de Torres, offering exceptional value for those seeking to experience the historic sound and feel of a legendary guitar maker’s work.

The photos of this guitar are general product images that may differ from the actual instrument.

Luthier: Wolfgang Jellinghaus
Top: Spruce
Back and sides: Indian Rosewood
Scale: 650 mm
Nut: 51 mm
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Tuners: Der Jung
Strings: Knobloch EDC 34.0
Case: Hardshell
Condition: New

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Denis Pécaut, Manuel Luchena, Jonathan Singgih Pranoto
+49 721 38143275

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