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Wolfgang Jellinghaus – Antonio de Torres SE 115

2,151 $

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The Wolfgang Jellinghaus guitar, steeped in tradition yet touched by contemporary artisanship, stands as a bridge between the past and present of classical guitar design. With its inspiration rooted in the legendary Antonio de Torres’ model 115, it embodies a rich legacy of luthiership while resonating with the modern player’s aspirations.

An antique-style finish transports the beholder to a time of pure, unadulterated craftsmanship, where each guitar was more than just an instrument – it was a piece of art, a narrative of its maker’s passion and precision. This finish, while reminiscent of an older era, serves more than just an aesthetic purpose. It captures the guitar’s soul, amplifying its story with every strum.

The choice of a shellac finish, while harking back to traditional methodologies, augments the guitar’s vibrancy. It doesn’t just protect the wood; it enriches the tone, making each note sound clearer and more profound. And the decision to employ mahogany for the back and sides is nothing short of inspired. This wood, known for its consistent grain and resilience, brings a richness and warmth, ensuring that the guitar doesn’t just play notes, but sings them.

But it’s not just the materials or the inspiration; it’s the name behind the creation. Wolfgang Jellinghaus, with his reputation for precision and dedication, ensures that every aspect of this guitar, from its design to its sound, is nothing short of perfection. Through this instrument, one doesn’t just hear the echoes of Antonio de Torres but also feels the commitment and passion of Jellinghaus.

In essence, this guitar is more than a musical instrument. It is a symphony of history, art, and craftsmanship, ready to be a cherished companion for those who value sound and story in equal measure.

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

Luthier: Wolfgang Jellinghaus
Top: Spruce
Back and sides: Mahogany
Scale: 650 mm
Nut: 52 mm
Weight: 1835 grams
Air body frequency: F
Tuners: Der Jung
Strings: Knobloch EDC 34.0
Case: Hardshell
Condition: New

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Du hast Fragen oder möchtest mehr Informationen? Deine Ansprechpartner für diese Gitarre stehen telefonisch oder via Kontaktformular für Dich zur Vefügung!

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

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