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ddias

 

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Looking for an Inexpensive guitar in... 

Wondering if anybody can help me acquire a inexpensive used guitar that I can keep in london for my monthly
Visits, travel to Spain, guitar lessons, etc?

I found this valeriano Bernal on eBay which is in my price range, but can’t see any more info on it.

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Valeriano-Bernal-Professional-Flamenco-Guitar-/223734222067

Thanks in advance!

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mrstwinkle

 

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RE: Looking for an Inexpensive guita... (in reply to ddias

I emailed seller about same guitar. Says it is solid cypress and has no model number. The two wood type thing on the side piqued my interest but no explanation was given.
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ddias

 

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RE: Looking for an Inexpensive guita... (in reply to mrstwinkle

Just told me it’s Canadian cedar!
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mark indigo

 

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RE: Looking for an Inexpensive guita... (in reply to ddias

i think the headstock looks like a Prodigio, their cheapest model. I have one, my "guitarra de viaje", it's pretty good for the price.

wonder if one of the sides was damaged and replaced? or if they just make the Prodigio's from whatever wood is left over/lying around (my two piece back doesn't match)?!

if you find an old post from Pimientito you could message him, as he used to import them, he would probably know what model, and what their materials policy is/was like.

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