Raimundo 146 Reviews
First studied classical guitar in the mid 70's. Dropped out of the music scene altogether a decade later, but now am back and practicing seriously again. Need to get back where I was 20 years ago!
The action is ideal and bridge off center which is what is normally found on quality guitars. Mine was a cedar top and it has a definite characteristic not always found even on guitars costing a lot more. For $500 more one can get the 148, but the sound, materials were virtually the same - though it did have ebony neck reinforcement and a free $100 case. Don't know if it's worth $500 more or not. Truthfully, the cheaper Raimundo $500 models sounded just as good though they have laminated backsides. Workmanship and sound were just as good. But for an all-solid guitar with ebondy fingerboard and solid rosewood, Raimundo can't be beat.John rated this unit on 2007-02-02.
I did not acquire the instrument. I test it in the Paramus Store.
I am seriuosly thinking in purchasing the guitar.crisp, clear and soothing sound rated this unit on 2003-12-30.
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