Guitar No. 225 Unknown / Asia / 1990 / Guitar For Sale
Unknown Asia, +/- 1990
A surprisingly good sounding smaller guitar. Build in Asia from laminated woods. That's what happens sometimes. Great woods and a minor result and minor woods and a good result. I did hope that the result of the minor repairs and adjustments were going to be good and the result is great. It is beautiful sounding smaller guitar with good basses and trebles. The basses and trebles are well balanced! She plays easy and respond to how you like her to do. The volume and sustain are good. Also if you like to play flamenco on this guitar it will sound not bad at all.
If you buy a Bruunari you are willing to pay for sound and playability and you do not mind restorations. It is an easy playing fine sounding expressive guitar. Smaller hands, a child's present? Do not hesitate and buy it now.
- Mensuur; (Scale) 62 cm
- Wood top; book matched laminated spruce, back and sides; bubinga on mahogany, neck; mahogany, fretboard; rosewood, bridge; rosewood, rosette; sticker, binding: plastic
- Nut and saddle: bone.
- Fingerboard; 48 - 58 mm
- Frets;18 nickel
- Strings; DÁddario EJ 46 hard tension
- Tuners; Replaced, gold plated, fancy knobs, fine working
- Distance; from the top of the 12th fret to the bottom of the strings, 3,5 mm.
Price: € 149
Bruunari Guitars Foundation, Netherlands
In october 2011 I will become 65 years but I refuse to retire.
All my knowledge, experience, materials, inventory, stock etc, etc, of "Artistic Lutheri Bruunari",will go into the New Bruunari Guitars Foundation.
I am greatfull to all off you, my worldwide customers, who had confidence in my work. I hope you and many new customers will support this new foundation.
What do I have to offer:
- I repair guitars that are damaged. If you have a guitar that needs repairing, feel free to contact me.
- I build new guitars from scratch. At the moment, I build classical guitars, flamenco guitars and gypsy guitars.
- I buy old guitars which need restoration, restore them, and sell them (see Collection).
My philosophy is:
The sound quality of a guitar is primarily determined by the wood from which it is constructed. Therefore, old (once high quality) guitars have a sound potential incomparable to newly build guitars. Not only because the wood is by definition older, but also because such instruments have been played on for 30 years or more.
For a new Bruunari guitar, the wood used is centuries old and carefully dried for at least 8 years or more. Guitars which I restore are vintage and I believe in maintaining their authenticity as much as possible (unless the client requests otherwise).
Please call me regarding ordering.