2006 Felipe V Conde Hermanos Flamenco. SN:89. Instrument database. For Sale.

Felipe V Conde Hermanos | Flamenco | 2006 | SN:89

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Luthier Facts :
Name: Conde Hermanos
Location: Madrid, Spain

Wait list: Yes
Taking Orders?: Yes
RIYL: Top of the line Flamenco Guitars
Note: (RIYL) Recommended If You Like



  • Model: Felipe V
  • Year: 2006
  • Serial number: 89
  • Top: Spruce
  • Back & sides: Cypress


The Aaron Green says: “This guitar is simply the best I’ve seen from the Conde Hermanos, the workmanship is excellent, very clean and precise with very elaborate aesthetics. The sound is equally impressive, very loud and fast with a razor sharp attack, like most Conde guitars. However the difference is in the substance of the sound. The notes have strong fundamentals and depth to them. This is not usually the case in my experience and make this particular guitar unique. It has all the great aspects of the Conde sound and none of the bad. It has a lot of tone colors and tonal variations or can be an aggressive blanca capable of standing up to dancers and percussion. Most impressive.

The tuners are Rodgers and the finish is french polish. There are a couple of insignificant dings in the finish. The frets were recently touched up and the tuners oiled and waxed. The guitar plays like an electric guitar and for someone looking for the best Conde can offer, this is it.”

Aaron is a friend of ours and has contributed an interview to our magazine which you may find interesting:

http://www.guitarbench.com/2010/03/10/aaron-green-guitars-luthier-interview/





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