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An outstanding instrument for the serious student of the art.
The solid spruce top and solid cypress back and sides work together to produce bright, articulate tone with amazing projection. The only student guitar made by Ramirez.
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Great sounding guitar with decent volume and a crisp, sharp tone expected of a flamenco guitar.This is a quality instrument backed by the Ramirez tradition of fine guitars.
This is the best classical or acoustic guitar I own. I have 40 guitars including, Spanish made, Japanese made, German made, and American made guitars. Most are classical. This particular one is an expensive very well made quality guitar. It sounds great, easy playability. It needed a few features to make it totally perfect! Like the back of the fingerboard should have had a countineous line with that of the body, and the tuners should have been the more expensive type with golden screws at the end of the knobs. Other than that, I think it is fantastic.
The FL2 is a serious upgrade from the host of lesser guitars. It is physically very light, with a very fast neck that makes the guitar easy to dominate. Even a light touch makes a big, pure flamenco sound. Some features are clearly missing (ebony reinforcement strip in the neck) or sub-standard (tuning machines). No matter. If you're thinking about a Cordoba 75F/100F, Alhambra 7F/10F or similar guitar, wait 'til you have the cash for an FL2.
I have had several flamenco guitars in my career..Conde, Rubio, Giralda, Roberto Tempesta, etc., But this awesome guitar can create fiery picados..or sensual falsettas in the same breath..Buy this guitar and never look back!
Bright, beautiful sound. Light and well constructed. High quality woods and finish. Strings could be closer to fingerboard, something common in most Ramirez guitars. Compared with the "Paco de Lucia" is a bit behind in sound, and not as soft to play, but considering that it costs one third of the price, the FL2 is a real value.