Coming from Bulgarian roots, Kremona's mission is to bring fine European craftsmanship to musicians everywhere. Their history goes all the way back to 1924, and after spending nearly a century as a world-renowned luthier, they're not showing any signs of slowing down. With Kremona's classical and nylon guitars, you know that you're getting an instrument built to very high standards. They look and sound like the pieces of art that they are, and you'll never find a Kremona owner who's anything but proud to own one of these instruments. With so much reputation standing behind Kremona guitars, you might be worried that you'll have to mortgage the house to afford one. Thankfully, that's not at all the case. Anyone can own an instrument like the Soloist S65C Classical Acoustic, which makes it a perfect choice for beginners or casual players searching for an accessible classical guitar that still delivers exceptional quality. The Soloist S65C has a solid cedar top, sapele back and mahogany neck that deliver rich tone and handsome looks to boot.
If you're looking for something unique, you can't miss the Fiesta CW-7. Custom-designed for Russian Romani guitarist Vadim Kolpakov, this instrument is a standout among classical guitars for its 7-string extended range. It's also got a cutaway body for easy access to the extreme frets, and it's an acoustic-electric model so you can plug it in for amplified power when you need it. This guitar is based on Kremona's F65CW, but the soundboard has been swapped out for red cedar to deliver even better articulation.
These instruments are just a sampling of the prestigious European quality that sets Kremona classical and nylon guitars apart. Take a look through the selection yourself, and you'll definitely find some instruments that really appeal to you. No matter which one you decide is your personal favorite, you can rest assured that you've made an amazing decision with Kremona.