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C-524, Wolfgang Jellinghaus (Germany)

Exact reproduction of the so-called Tárrega guitar (FE 17)

A gorgeous looking guitar with a beautiful tone, excellent craftsmanship & playability

A work of art !!! A must have for anyone looking to own a Torres guitar !!!

The relic look & French polish application is extremely well executed !!!

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Antonio De Torres (1817-1892)

” Model FE 17″

630mm scale

52mm nut

German “Moon cut”  Spruce top

Maple back & sides

Cedar neck

Ebony fingerboard

Wood rosette

Kingwood bridge & headstock veneer

Bone nut

Der Jung 1:18 ratio tuning machines

Hand rubbed French polish finishing with relic look

Made to size Suede/Velvet hard shell case included

Guitar is 965 mm / 37.99 inches tall

Body length is 457 mm / 17.99 inches

Upper bout is 254 mm / 10 inches

Lower bout is 330 mm / 12.99 inches

width is 890 mm  /  35.039 inches

Weight is 1.3kg / 2.8lbs

This model is an exact reproduction of the so-called Tárrega guitar (FE 17), which was built by Antonio de Torres in 1864. It is one of his smaller models and counted at that time to be one of his ‘better and more expensive’ guitars…

Made in the Milestone Luthier Centre, that was founded in the year 2013 by Wolfgang Jellinghaus & Michael Zhang.

The goal of the Milestone Luthier Centre is to rebuild the history of classic guitar making by selecting six different master builders from the past 230 years who set new standards for the guitar making in terms of construction & sound

The R & D centre is in Dortmund Germany & the guitar making workshop is in Guangzhou China

We are proud to be the Canadian dealer of Wolfgang Jellinghaus guitars

Additional information

Weight 12 kg
Dimensions 112 × 51 × 21 cm
C-524, Wolfgang Jellinghaus (Germany) | Grand Salon de Guitare