"Our classical guitars are built entirely by hand. Although inspired by Spanish models, they retain completely personal casing and chaining features."
The timbre model has been studied in collaboration with Sicilian violin-maker Mirco Inguaggiato, who wanted to create a guitar with a remarkable volume and excellent harmonic definition. The headstock distances itself from the classic models, being based on the manouche instruments. The strings are laced on the nut and run perfectly straight up to the keys, thus not creating the usual inclination with respect to the axis. This change is an improvement in terms of sound pressure. The handle is perfectly straight, the keyboard in all models is in ebony and flat, with no side markers. The key is standard size, in nickel. Atelier Cesarini produces the "Palermo" model only on commission, but it is always possible, however, to try the instrument in the laboratory. The woods that can be used are the following:
Woods seasoned for at least ten years.
The Palermo model in the photo has a cypress bottom / sides, engraved parts / fillets / scoop / palisander in Indian rosewood.
Price: € 4500,00
Inside the "Liuteria Cesarini Expo", during the Umbria Jazz Festival 2018, we meet Joy De Vito who tries out our splendid classic mod. Inguaggiato. Just a taste, then more tests will come...