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Special Guitars - Brazilian 7+ String, Orchestral and Custom Guitars

Although the most common version modern Spanish Classical guitar is the 6 string 650 scale (nut to bridge bone) with 52 mm nut, we also support some of the more unique requirements, such as guitar family (orchestral) guitars and guitars with more than six strings as well as electrification and customised guitars. 

Brazilian 7 String Guitar - Juan Hernandez

Brazilian 7 String Guitar - Juan Hernandez

The 7 string version is often used in Brazilian and Russian music.  I have often been asked for Brazilian 7 Strings and up until now has never found one that I felt ticked all the boxes. This one comes from the workshop of Juan Hernandez in Spain. You be the judge!

8-10 String

The 10 String is the guitar made famous by Narciso Yepes we bring in two models one at mid price range from Juan Hernadez in Spain and a high end concert models from the workshop of Paulino Bernabe.

Top: Cedar  or Spruce
Back and SIdes: Indian Rosewood (Dalbergia Latifolia) or Cocobolo (Dalbergia Retusa)
Neck: Cedar reinforced with carbon fibre
Fretboard: Ebony
Lacquer: Nitro

Orchestral Guitars

Baritone Guitar

Top: Solid Cedar

Back: Solid Indian Rosewood (Dalbergia latifolia)
Back and Sides: Laminated Indian Rosewood (Dalbergia latifolia)
Fretboard: Ébano (Diospyros ebenum)
String Length: 700 mm.
Neck: reinforced Ebony 

Other Custom Sizes and Styles 

Requinto Sizes

 Guitars are available in Alhambra 3C, 4P and 9P. Options from the workshop of Juan Hernandez also available.

Contrabass and Octave

Available from the workshop of Juan Hernandez in Spain

Cutaway and Electro-acoustic Options

Available on most of the guitars displayed on the GuitarsOnline website. Please let us know your requirements.