Kremona. Classical guitar, Soloist Series Fiesta F65C. Solid red cedar, laminated Indian rosewood, Honduran cedar. Since 1924. Bulgaria
Kremona. Classical guitar, Soloist Series Fiesta F65C. Solid red cedar, laminated Indian rosewood, Honduran cedar. Since 1924. Bulgaria
Kremona. Classical guitar, Soloist Series Fiesta F65C. Solid red cedar, laminated Indian rosewood, Honduran cedar. Since 1924. Bulgaria

Kremona. Classical guitar, Soloist Series Fiesta F65C. Solid red cedar, laminated Indian rosewood, Honduran cedar. Since 1924. Bulgaria

Kremona

Regular price $499.00 $399.00 Sale

Brand: Kremona

Features:

  • Upper deck: solid red cedar. Rear deck and sides: laminated Indian rosewood. Neck: Honduran cedar. Fingerboard and bridge overlay: Indian rosewood.
  • Wooden edging and socket. Peg line mechanics: Gebr. Van Gent, gold plated. Coating: glossy, polyurethane varnish. Nut: bone.
  • Mount vulture: "dovetail". Strings: Royal Classic "Kremona Especial", medium tension. Width of the neck at the top of the nut: 52 mm.
  • Frets: 19. Scale: 650mm.

Publisher: Kremona

Details:

Soloist Series Fiesta F65C Classical guitar, Kremona 

  • Upper deck: solid red cedar.
  • Rear deck and sides: laminated Indian rosewood.
  • Neck: Honduran cedar.
  • Fingerboard and bridge overlay: Indian rosewood.
  • Wooden edging and socket.
  • Peg line mechanics: Gebr. Van Gent, gold plated.
  • Coating: glossy, polyurethane varnish.
  • Nut: bone.
  • Mount vulture: "dovetail".
  • Strings: Royal Classic "Cremona Especial", medium tension.
  • Width of the neck at the top of the nut: 52 mm.
  • Frets: 19.
  • Scale: 650mm.

His appearance Bulgarian Kremona brand required an extraordinary and talented man Dimitar Georgiev. 

The story of his transformation from a gunsmith to a master of making musical instruments is striking and surprising. 

He began his career as an apprentice gunsmith. Becoming a master, Dimitar began to engage in the design and development of machine guns. He has long considered them, something like mechanical works of art. However, his opinion about guns has changed since the beginning of the First world war - George in the army saw their guns in action. What used to he considered a masterpiece, was a horrible mechanism for destruction of human beings. Disappointed in his craft gunsmith and seeing the horror of war, Dimitar found an outlet in the game on his favorite mandolin. Front life did not spare the instrument, so Georgiev was often forced to engage in its own restoration. 

After the war, recently returned to his homeland with the intention to become a music master. In Bulgaria, he began to hone his skills in hand - making mandolins and violins, and later-and guitars. Being a person purposeful and pedantic, he understood that without basic knowledge, he could not become a professional, so for a long time he studied with masters in the famous German city of Markneukirchen, the world center for the production of m

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