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Hermanos Sanchis 2f <-> 2af difference?   You are logged in as Guest
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Hermanos Sanchis 2f <-> 2af di... 

Hey guys,

I just got my Hermanos Sanchis Carpio 2af and love it!
Yet I was wondering what the difference(s) in comparison to the 2f might be?
I did a quick search in the foro but only came up with people selling their 2af.

It was said to be from 2004, but there isn't a year written inside the guitar, just 2af

Grateful for any tipp!


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RE: Hermanos Sanchis 2f <-> 2a... (in reply to Deniz

There is no difference.
F goes for flamenco (while C for classical) and 1 and 2 are the classes.
E goes for extra.
In my understanding in the past they used to add “B” (like 1B or 2B) in case the guitar came out with small aesthetic issues.
Keep in mind that throughout the years the nomenclature changed many times: years ago the series used to be 1 F extra, 1F, 2F and 3F. Then there was just 1F, 2F and these A and B in case of little imperfections. Then 1 F extra, Solea (equivalent to the old 2F) and 2F (equivalent to 2BF and 3F ).
Also keep in mind that the differences between models are not huge.
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