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C-664, Guillermo Porras Salazar (Costa Rica)


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Direct from San Jose Costa Rica !!!

Master Concierto model by luthier Guillermo Porras Salazar

Being a lattice-braced top, the instrument has great power and a full, rich, natural tone which is produced with minimal effort from the player.

A must try !!!

1 in stock



New classical guitar

Master Concierto Model

Year 2022

( Modelo GPS011, N-9)

“Picurrin” guitar N-89

650mm scale length with 52mm nut

58mm string spacing at bridge

Western red cedar top (all wood lattice bracing)

Antique Cocobolo back & sides from Costa Rica

Spanish cedar neck 

African ebony fingerboard with 20th fret

Cocobolo armrest

Hand carved sound port (Political Map)

Hand made rosette & purflings

African ebony bridge with 12 holes string attachment 

Gotoh 510 series machine heads with ebony knobs

French polish finishing on top 

Balance of guitar is finished with nitrocellulose laquer

Fiberglass carrying case included

Guitars weight is 1.75 Kg / 3.85 lbs

Body length is 48.5 cm / 19.09 inches

Upper bout is 28 cm /11.02 inches

Lower bout is 37.5 cm / 14.76 inches

Depth of body is 9.8 cm/ 3.85 inches


Guillermo Porras Salazar was born in 1974 in the province of Limón, Costa Rica, and grew up in a very musical family always surrounded by guitars.

As a young man his interest in lutherie first led him into building Guitarróns and Mexican Vihuelas, which he did exclusively for several years.

But in the late 1990s he had the opportunity to meet Juan Carlos Soto, a luthier recognized in Latin America for the construction of both traditional and modern guitars, and for over 3 years Guillermo was able to study the discipline under his tutelage, to better understand the various techniques of finishes and raw materials, history and restoration, and this all fueled his increasing passion to producing classical and flamenco Guitars.

This instrument features a system of lattice bracing that he has been using for the duration of his career as a guitar maker. It features a French polished Western red cedar top, with spruce braces on the interior, and lacquered cocobolo rosewood back and sides, with one sound port on the upper bout of the bass side.

It also features a Smallman-like arm rest for greater comfort in resting the right arm on the guitar in the playing position.

Being a lattice-braced top, the instrument has great power and a full, rich, natural tone which is produced with minimal effort from the player.

Several notable concert artists have performed on these instruments, most notably Marco Tamayo and Anabel Montesinos.



Additional information

Weight 12 kg
Dimensions 115 × 51 × 21 cm
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C-664, Guillermo Porras Salazar (Costa Rica) | Grand Salon de Guitare