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Kremona 90th Anniversary Nylon String Guitar Natural

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The Kremona 90th Anniversary Nylon String Guitar is a concept model steeped in tradition with an eye toward the future. Pau Ferro has been selected f...Click To Read More About This Product

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A luxurious celebration of tonewoods and fine details.

The Kremona 90th Anniversary Nylon String Guitar is a concept model steeped in tradition with an eye toward the future. Pau Ferro has been selected for the back and sides, a closed pore species with exemplary projection. The top is of narrow-grained cedar, specially-bladed to 1.8 mm and supported by stiff, ultralight carbon-fused bracing. This approach amplifies bass frequencies, expanding the instrument' overall volume with increased sensitivity. A dual-channeled Honduras cedar neck retains musicality while providing physics-proven stability without the necessity of a truss rod. Each 90th Anniversary model is individually numbered as part of a limited run.

Includes hardshell case.

  • Guitar size: 4/4
  • Cutaway: Non-cutaway
  • Body type: Concert
  • Body depth: Full
  • Top wood: Cedar Solid
  • Back & sides: Pau ferro Solid
  • Bracing pattern: Custom
  • Body finish: Gloss
  • Orientation: Right handed
  • Nut width: 2.04" (52mm)
  • Neck Shape: Info not available
  • Neck Wood: Ceder Honduras
  • Joint: Spanish heel
  • Fingerboard: Ebony
  • Scale length: 25.6"
  • Number of frets: 19
  • Truss rod: No
  • Neck finish: Gloss
  • Pickup/preamp: No
  • Brand: Not applicable
  • Configuration: Not applicable
  • Preamp EQ: Not applicable
  • Notch filter: Not applicable
  • Tuner: Not applicable
  • Headstock overlay: Rosewood
  • Tuning machines: Gold
  • Rosette: Multi-colored wood
  • Bridge: Rosewood
  • Saddle & nut: Bone
  • Number of strings: 6-string
  • Special features: Limited edtion
  • Case: Hardshell case
  • Accessories: Kremona Arete strings
  • Country of origin: Bulgaria

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Kremona90th Anniversary Nylon String Guitar

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By Jose Rodriguez

from Long Beach, CA

Comments about Kremona 90th Anniversary Nylon String Guitar:

The review written by "Classical Guy" is not fair at all. It seems as if he was writing about a fictional "Kremona 90th Anniversary" guitar.

I'm a guitar teacher and there's a KREMONA 90TH ANNIVERSARY CLASSICAL GUITAR at my school. I've been using it regularly during the last 6 months, and it has been always excellent. There's not any "buzz" wherever I hold on the fingerboard, even when I play strongly. The top is excellent cedar. The Pau Ferro back and sides are so beautiful. The action is very good and makes the guitar very playable.

I have compare this guitar side by side with a Cordoba Torres (which is much more expensive), and the their sound-qualities are neck to neck.

In conclusion, the KREMONA 90TH ANNIVERSARY CLASSICAL GUITAR is an excellent and very affordable guitar. Highly recommended.

(4 of 10 customers found this review helpful)


Bracing Nightmare

By Classical Guy

from Oakland, Ca

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Comments about Kremona 90th Anniversary Nylon String Guitar:

My wife purchased this guitar for me as a Christmas suprise, it is indeed a beautiful looking instrument. I would hardly call the top AAA not even really AA, looks like a piece my dining room table. However, after about an hour or so of play time i started to notice a loud buzz whenever i hit "Am". I checked the nut, saddle, frets, all decent shape, not what i would expect of an expensive anniversary guitar, touted as comparable to Luther built. Much to my disappointment SEVERAL of the braces had come loose under the top of the guitar, every time I hit a note in the key of A, they slap around like crazy, making this horrible buzzing noise. Furthermore it appears that the guitar now has some belly raise on the lower bout. The poor bracing design and a thin top make this guitar a nightmare to own.

  • Was this a gift?:
  • Yes

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)


Great sounding, innovative guitar

By Rick V

from San Antonio, TX

Comments about Kremona 90th Anniversary Nylon String Guitar:

Last fall Kremona gave away one of these guitars in a nationwide drawing and I was the lucky winner! This is a fabulous guitar. The combination of woods used and a thinner top with carbon bracing really project the sound well. The rich bass tones are remarkable! The action is smooth.

I have played several other classical guitars over the years, some costing much more than this one, and I prefer the sound and feel of this guitar over any of them. I have owned Kremona guitars before and know they make a quality product for a good value, and this guitar is no exception. I highly recommend it!

  • Was this a gift?:
  • Yes

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)


Great guitar

By Valentin

from Romania

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  • Awesome sound,good projection,great craftmanship


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Best Uses

  • classical repertory, bossa, jazz, flamenco

Comments about Kremona 90th Anniversary Nylon String Guitar:

I just bought this guitar and all I can say is: this is a an awesome sounding guitar. It is very well balanced. The low are very nice. The high register is also great. The craftmanship is just perfect. I inspected very carefully the guitar when it arrived and I couldn't find any flaw. This guitar is hand made by good luthiers... I also compared this guitar with Kremona Solea model. The Solea was very suited for brazilian rhythms (it's not that good for certain classical repertory - like baroque parts - this happens because the low register is very powerful on the Solea). If you don't want to spend this much for this guitar I also recommend Kremona Romida and FC Fiesta models - they are great... I almost forgot: don't bother with the worst review written buy that Classical Guy. From what I saw from his profile I think the guy tried to make modifications to the guitar and it damaged it. I also compared my guitar with a spanish Manuel Contreras(spruce model). Although they sound different the Kremona 90th Anniversary is on the same level(in terms of projection/volume/sustain)... you can play classical, jazz, bossa... it goes very nice even in flamenco songs.

  • Was this a gift?:
  • No

Just responding to classicalGuy

By steve-o

from Berkley, MA

Comments about Kremona 90th Anniversary Nylon String Guitar:

if the guitar has brace separation, that would cause both of the symptoms described ( buzzing and top bulging) . One of the distinguishing features of the 90th anniversary model is the carbon reinforced, thin hybrid bracing, and the thin cedar top. The primary benefit would be a louder instrument. A possible problem with this design could be: loud, unbalanced sound if they did not get all the contributing factors right.

We should not rush to declare this a bad design, although perhaps that is a possibility. E.g.: the design could be structurally problematic. But, I would consider this merely a manufacturing defect of this specimen (e.g. not enough glue when they clamped the braces) until and unless I have seen some evidence of this problem on multiple instruments.

I expect the manufacturer should absolutely cover this under warranty. Given the several favorable reviews, if it was me in this situation, I would go try warranty replacement, and see how that one works. Now, if the replacement had a problem, that would warrant a harsh review. I am looking forward to more feedback on this guitar, as I am seriously considering getting one.

  • Was this a gift?:
  • No

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