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C-585, Alvarez-Yairi (Japan)

$1,995.00

The CYM75 is beautifully voiced with Yairi’s take on a traditional fan style bracing system and of course a Spanish heel neck joint. It is a very tasteful classical guitar with elegant appointments, purflings and inlays.

It is superbly responsive and balanced and generates a warm and inviting tone you will adore.

The guitar has normal wear & tear on the top, mostly superficial nail marks…overall in very good condition…

 

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Alvarez Kazuo Yairi Masterworks Japan

Classical guitar model CYM75

Number 73465, made in 2019

650mm scale with 51mm nut 

Solid AA Western red cedar top

Solid East Indian rosewood back & sides

Mahogany neck 

Ebony fingerboard 

Rosewood head stock veneer & bridge 

Bone bridge & saddle

Brown ABS bindings

Gotoh tuning machines

Gloss laquer finish

Hard shell case included

Weight of the guitar is 1.5 kg / 3.4 lbs

Stands 99.5 cm / 39.173 inches tall

Body length is 48.3  cm / 19 inches

Body depth is 10cm / 3.937 inches

Upper bout is 28.5cm  / 11.22 inches

Lower bout is 37.5 cm / 14.763 inches

 

The Alvarez partnership with the Yairi family of luthiers in Kani Japan is a cherished part of our 50 year history.   Kazuo Yairi’s influence can be seen and heard in every guitar we make, from his innovations in bracing and instrumental architecture to his knowledge of tonewoods and their specific attributes and characteristics.

Alvarz Yairi guitars represent our flagship guitars, where each instrument is treated and prepared as a handmade work of art.  Each brace is carved by hand, each neck is spokeshaved to perfection.  Tonewoods of the highest grade are naturally seasoned for years to decades before being used in the production process.

We take the same deliberate approach to our finishes, which range from shimmering natural satin to breathtaking sunbursts and shadowbursts.  Careful preparation and years of experience allow our craftsmen to keep the finish thin which allows our high grade tops an excellent rate of vibration and movement.

Alvarez Yairi has its roots in classical guitars, and since the 1960s we’ve learned how to take full advantage of the seasoned tonewoods, structure and bracing of the classical shape, producing tone that has inspired some of the best players around the world.   The Yairi workshop has been building concert classical guitars for nearly 80 years and are renowned around the world for their exquisite quality. The CYM75 is beautifully voiced with Yairi’s take on a traditional fan style bracing system and of course a Spanish heel neck joint.  It is a very tasteful classical guitar with elegant appointments, purflings and inlays. It is superbly responsive and balanced and generates a warm and inviting tone you will adore.

The CYM75 features a solid AA grade cedar top and is finished in a beautiful natural gloss.

Like all Yairi Masterworks this guitar is made from premium tone wood that has been seasoned naturally for 5 to 15 years in the perfect climate of Kani.

Kani is in the prefecture of Gifu in the hills north of Nagoya. This wood preparation and environment for building guitars is very important to the structural integrity of the instrument and will help to ensure decades of stability and performance from your Yairi.

Experiencing an Alvarez Yairi is to experience the very passion that drives us.  These are truly marquis instruments, and represent what’s at the heart of the Alvarez culture: Continual improvement and attention to detail that will give our players a lifetime of musical fulfillment.

 

Additional information

Weight 12 kg
Dimensions 115 × 51 × 21 cm
C-585, Alvarez-Yairi (Japan) | Grand Salon de Guitare