ADM05
ADM05

Admira ADM05 4/4 handcrafted classical guitar

Ref: Admira ADM05 new

  • Great 4/4 size classical guitar
  • Solid Cedar top
  • Solid mahogany neck
  • Spanish heel neck joint
  • Striking Indian rosewood back and sides
  • Superb value for money
£328.50
inc. VAT (RRP £365)
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The Admira hand-crafted range of guitars are produced with incredible build quality but marketed at incredibly competitive prices.

With classical guitars the sound relies hugely on the construction; get the smallest thing wrong and it can hugely affect the sound. The ADM05 is a very well thought out and well set-up instrument that is a pleasure to play.

It is widely known that solid-topped guitars have a more resonant sound and better tonal qualities. With this in mind, the ADM05 is crafted with solid cedar to ensure a deep and rich tone which will only improve with age. Hand crafted in the authentic way in Spain, a wide neck allows for better playability, and it incorporates true Spanish craftsmanship with the Spanish heel neck that not only provides further strength but also allows more of the neck sound to pass through the body, creating a unique yet authentic Spanish sound. In fact, spanish heel neck joints are widely considered to be the most developed neck joint in guitar construction. This is because, although more complex than a glued neck, the tonal qualities are greatly improved, as the neck and headblock are hand carved from one piece of wood.

The look is finished in the traditional way with rosewood back and sides for extra strength, a mahogany neck and an indian rosewood fingerboard. The whole guitar is then covered in a shiny gloss for that 'wow' factor, and the gold lyre machine heads are polished for a well-rounded, classic looking guitar.

These really are wonderful instruments that are great value money and would make a welcome addition to any guitarists home.
 
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