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Kremona Rosa Bella Flamenco-Style Nylon Guitar
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Light, firm Bulgarian ash is the secret to Bella's precision and punch. Dynamic and earthy, the Kremona Rosa Bella Flamenco-Style Nylon Guitar featur...Read More
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A traditional Flamenco guitar with a Bulgarian ash body and comfortable neck.
Light, firm Bulgarian ash is the secret to Bella's precision and punch. Dynamic and earthy, the Kremona Rosa Bella Flamenco-Style Nylon Guitar features solid tonewoods and old-world attention to detail. The body of Bulgarian ash shows off its beautiful grain well, while the solid European spruce top is highlighted by wood binding and is protected by a clear tap plate. The cedar neck has a full-width rosewood fingerboard and a flat neck angle, perfect for flamenco players and those that desire to expand their horizons with a great-playing nylon string.
Kremona guitars are the product of Bulgaria's venerable Kremona lutherie, established in 1924. Enjoying continued success in many parts of the world, Kremona now offers their traditional European craftsmanship to North America. Recognized for superb build quality and solution-oriented pricing, Kremona musical instruments remain one of the industry's astonishing values. Case sold separately.
- Solid Bulgarian ash back and sides
- Solid European spruce top
- Gloss finish
- Honduras cedar neck
- Shallow/flat neck angle
- Indian rosewood fingerboard and bridge
- Andalusian bracing pattern
- Bone nut and saddle
- Wood binding and rosette
- Gold machines with amber buttons
- Clear tap plate
- 65cm scale length
- 52mm neck width at nut
- Case sold separately
European craftsmanship and excellent sound await. Order today.