The neck, the connection point between the guitarist and the instrument.

If there is a part of the guitar that is tremendously personal and expresses more the idiosyncrasy of the guitarist, that is the neck. No wonder, it is the most intense and delicate point of contact between the hands and the wood. Its comfort and the softness of its touch will determine the type of bond formed between the musician and his instrument. Together with the sound quality, it is


De vihuelas y guitarras de traste 12

The size and shape of the Spanish guitar, as we know it today, was not defined until well into the 19th century. We have to give credit for this to Antonio de Torres who we talked about in our previous post in which we discussed our relationship with the “Spanish style” of construction. Before this size of guitar was established, which could be equivalent to an OM by acoustic guitar


Urdiain Guitars y el “Estilo Español” de construcción

At Urdiain Guitars, we want to deepen the concept of an acoustic guitar that benefits from the great contributions of the Spanish tradition to the construction of classical guitars. Our handcrafted way of working is based on the “Spanish style” of construction, established and developed by the historical builders Antonio de Torres and Manuel Ramirez in the middle of the 19th century, which was a revolution in the history of

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