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Antonio Raya Pardo 

Hi All!

Is anyone here familiar with the guitars of Antonio Raya Pardo? How would you consider them in terms of sound, playability and overall duende?

Thanks a lot
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RE: Antonio Raya Pardo (in reply to avimuno

Antonio Raya Pardo is a wonderful maker, and his flamenco guitars are powerful, vibrant,
and have real duende. I just got a wonderful flamenco made with Koa wood back and sides. He had yet to apply the french polish, but strung it up to try it when I was in Granada in June. I fell in love with it on the spot, and bought it. I hope to have a recording of it soon to put into our mp3 gallery.

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