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Kremona Romida Classical Guitar  Natural

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Handcrafted in Bulgaria, the Romida Classical Guitar represents the culmination of over 80 years of guitar building by Kremona. With all-solid woods ...Click To Read More About This Product

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All solid woods with a full, focused tone.

Handcrafted in Bulgaria, the Romida Classical Guitar represents the culmination of over 80 years of guitar building by Kremona. With all-solid woods and impeccable workmanship, this guitar will satisfy anyone looking for a superior nylon-string guitar.

The Romida features solid rosewood back and sides and a solid German spruce top for a bright and full sound. The Spanish cedar neck has an ebony fingerboard and 25 5/8" scale length leading to a ebony bridge.

Other refinements include a dual ebony headstock overlay, birch body binding, fine rosewood purfling, and handcrafted machines in decorative black.

Kremona is a privately owned and operated facility in Bulgaria that employs more than 100 people and craftsman. In a modern world Kremona builds on its rich traditional history of workmanship and excellence. Using only the finest in local materials as well as imported materials Kremona continues to improve the look, feel and playability of its instruments from the comprehensive line of guitars to the specialized master violins and stringed instruments. Includes case.

  • Name: Romida
  • Size: 4/4 Size, Scale length - 650mm (25 5/8")
  • Top: Solid German Spruce
  • Back: Solid Rosewood
  • Sides: Solid Rosewood
  • Neck: Spanish Cedar
  • Fingerboard: Ebony
  • Bridge: Ebony
  • Binding: Wooden
  • Finish: Gloss
  • Includes case

From classical to Bossa Nova, this one does it all. Order today.


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Superior Sound Quality

By aryn litchfield

from California

Comments about Kremona Romida Classical Guitar:

Was first introduced to the Fiesta model at a guitar shop. After playing roughly every model of classical the shop had to offer it was obvious that the Orpheus Valley line had the edge. The Romida model was not at the store so i settled with the fiesta model as it was clearly the best the shop had to offer (keep in mind i played several $1700+ guitars). However the one i received had a minor flaw which i sent back for an exchange- so glad i did. On the spur of the moment i changed my order to the Romida model. It was a touch more expensive but when i received the guitar it was very clear i had made a wise choice.

All wood construction and a quality craftmanship. Nice appointments with attention to detail. It was clear whoever made the guitar takes pride in their work. This is the most eye appealing guitar i have seen.

The sound quality is superb (even came with quality strings) and being a spruce top you know it is just going to get better and better. It has a very versatile and dynamic sound.

It is a pitty that very few street shops carry the model as you really need to play it to understand the sound quality. The fiesta is a great guitar but in my opinion the Romida is a step up.

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Met my expectations

By JoelBrett

from BFE Oklahoma

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Comments about Kremona Romida Classical Guitar:

This was a massive improvement in build and tone quality from a spanish made student guitar I've been using since 1999. I was not disappointed when I received the guitar, and the UPS delivery woman was HOT, WMMV on that one :p

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Untouchable for the price.

By Rossi De Chubini

from Phoenix, Az

Comments about Kremona Romida Classical Guitar:

Sweetness of tone, precise note articulation, and rich projection are easily attainable - depending on your attack. Nothing I sampled came close to her tonal quality. Kremona wisely concentrated on playability and tone - excellent intermediate classical.

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Stunning guitar

By Kevin

from Edinboro PA

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Comments about Kremona Romida Classical Guitar:

I am a multi-instrumentalist/songwriter, guitar being my main instrument. I've been actively playing music for 35+ years and life long student of music. I have been studying classical and flamenco guitar for a little more than a year. Learning those techniques for another "musical language" to use within compositions. I am a lover of music. And I LOVE the Romida.
Very warm, articulate, clear tone with excellent sustain. I am actually quite blown away by the sound that comes out of this guitar. When I play through chords there is an openness and bloom which is beautiful. Very balanced from low to high. The set up and intonation are spot on. I would have to say the Romida is the best playing guitar I own. I play 3-5 hours daily and couldn't be happier with this guitar.
If I were to have any criticism of the Romida, and it is a minor critique, it would be the polyurethane finish. It is not bad by any stretch but it isn't a gold medal either. The quality of tone far outshines the poly finish. Especially at the price point of this guitar. The workmanship is very clean, no glue gobs around bracing, frets polished, etc. The case fits the Romida like a glove. This guitar is an absolute keeper.
I did do a bit of research on Kremona as a company. It is one of the very few that doesn't out source its manufacturing. These guitars are handmade by craftsmen on benches. My flamenco guitar, I paid nearly double, is from a large company that does out source it's work all over the world. The Kremona beats it in quality, tone and build hands down.
Well done Kremona! Keep doing what you've been doing since 1924.

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Love my Romida

By wayne

from West Michigan

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  • Excellent guitar for the money.


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      Comments about Kremona Romida Classical Guitar:

      I bought a Kremona Romida from Musician's Friend (MF) several months ago (August 2015). I got a great price because it was marked as a level 2. (I think "open box" is level one, and level 2 is perhaps a return or a blemished instrument.) I decided to give it a try because the price was so good. I'm sure glad I did. I could find nothing at all wrong with it. I would not expect to get a better guitar than the Romida in the $1200 range. Although I paid less, I would have paid the full price for this guitar. The Romida has great workmanship and eye appeal, but it is the sound that is most important to me. I've never been as happy with a guitar as this one. I have a Lucida LG777 (cedar top) that sounds good, but doesn't compete with the Romida. I have also owned 2 or 3 high-end factory Yamahas over the years that I liked but, again, they do not compare well with the Romida. Have also tried many more expensive classical guitars at shops over the years and never felt they were worth the money.

      I would like to mention that I had previously bought a Level 1 (open box) Romida from MF at close to full price. When I received it, I was very surprised to find that, although it was a Romida, it had a cedar top! I am sure of this. (Maybe it had the wrong label?) Although it was a good sounding guitar, I bought a Romida because I wanted to move to spruce (I already had the cedar top LG777!). MF cheerfully let me return the guitar, and I bought the level 2 that I have now. The color, grain, sound, and fragrance of the top is very different from the first Romida I received. It is unmistakably spruce. I'm telling this story to let you know that unexpected things can happen, but MF is very willing to work with you. At least they always have been for me.

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