Pedro de Miguel refers to Pedro Perez and Miguel Rodriguez, who entered apprenticeship at the Ramirez shop in Madrid, Spain, eventually becoming master craftsmen working with Jose Ramirez III.

In 1991, Pedro and Miguel established their own workshop. Their hand built instruments are sought after by top flamenco artists, and they also offer a line of guitars built to their specifications.

Sadly, Pedro Perez passed away in 2008, but the shop continues at Calle Amor de Dios 13, or Love of God, near the center for Flamenco and Spanish dance.

Here we have a 2002 Pedro de Miguel Flamenco Blanca guitar. It is built in a mostly traditional manner, with the Spanish heel construction where the sides slot into the neck. However, it does not use traditional Flamenco pegs, but standard angled classical tuners, and this is a very practical improvement. The top is Cedar with some play wear, and tap plates are installed. The sides and back are Cypress, the traditional wood for Flamenco Blanca guitars. They are in very good condition . The neck is Spanish cedar, with ebony fingerboard, and the bridge and headplate are rosewood. The action is currently at 7.5/64ths inch, and could be lowered further.

A well worn Everest hardshell arch-top case is included.

This is a consignment piece. Prices shown here are in US dollars and are based on a recent exchange rate. For Canadian dollar pricing, please follow the More Details link here to our website posting at . Prices do not include shipping, taxes, or any import duties.

The Twelfth Fret

The Twelfth Fret

Pedro de Miguel
Tinted Cypress
The Twelfth Fret
The Twelfth Fret
(416) 423-2132
Toronto, Ontario
6:01 AM
12-6 Monday to Thursday 12-7 Friday 11-5 Saturdays Closed Sundays

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