Kremona Solea Classical Guitar
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Solid cedar top, solid cocobolo back & sides, and an ebony fingerboard.
Handcrafted in Bulgaria, the Solea Classical Guitar represents the culmination of over 80 years of guitar building by Kremona. With select solid woods and impeccable workmanship, this guitar will satisfy anyone looking for a truly superior nylon-string guitar.
The Solea features solid cocobolo back and sides and a solid cedar top for a warm and complex sound. The Spanish cedar neck has an ebony fingerboard and 25 5/8" scale length leading to a ebony bridge.
Other refinements include a carved ebony headstock overlay, a flourished cocobolo heel cap, rosewood with maple body binding, fine rosewood with maple 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: Solea
- Size: 4/4 Size, Scale length - 650 mm (25 5/8")
- Top: Solid Cedar
- Back: Fine selected Solid Cocobolo
- Sides: Fine selected Solid Cocobolo
- Neck: Spanish Cedar
- Fingerboard: Ebony
- Binding: Wooden
- Finish: Gloss
- Includes case
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Comments about Kremona Solea Classical Guitar:
I recently purchased a Kremona Solea from music123.com and what a fine piece of work it is! The only thing I can see that the Spanish made classicals have over Kremona is tradition. If you are looking for a well built, great sounding classical, look no further. I've played quite a few guitars in my 37 years of playing and this one is truly a keeper - looks and sound wise. The sustain ranks up there with classicals costing much, much more and the tone, response and playability is indescribable. Try one and compare it to some of the high priced Spanish-made ones that have big names. You'll see what I mean.