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Masaru Kohno 20 Brazilian Hokaido spruce 1975

€3.790,00
Product Status
Good
condition-description-good
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Many players have played Kohno guitars since then, among them are Julian Bream, Oscar Gighlia, and Sharon Isbin.
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Pre-owned Instrument with: 1 Year Warranty
Condition: Good
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Masaru Kohno 20 Brazilian Hokaido spruce 1975

Kohno guitars built by Masaru Kohno are considered world class instruments of the very highest standard. Masaru Kohno (1926-1998) traveled in 1960 from Japan to Spain to learn the craft of Guitarmaking where he apprenticed at the workshop of Arcangel Fernandez. After his apprenticeship he established a workshop in Japan and gained international recognition when he was awarded the Gold Medal at the Elizabeth's Concourse International Guitar Building Competition. The judge's panel was of international prestige, and among others, Robert Bouchet and Ignacio Fleta were part of it.

Many players have played Kohno guitars since then, among them are Julian Bream, Oscar Gighlia, and Sharon Isbin. This wonderful Kohno 20 was made in 1975. This top-of-the-line model features all the finesses of a worldclass Concert instrument, and features include Brazilian rosewood back and sides and a very fine mastergrade spruce top, ebony fingerboard, rosewood bridge, quality tuners, intricate bindings/purfling and rosette, 53.5mm width at the nut and 660mm scale length. Condition is good; optically and structurally it looks beautiful, especially considering its age. It has one repaired crack in on the back. Includes hardshell case and CITES.

Specifications

Body Shape: Classical
Finish: Natural
Body Material: Solid Brazilian Rosewood
Top Material: Solid mastergrade Spruce
Lefty No
Body Details: mluti-layered top binding, mahogany back-strip, intricate mozaïc-style rosette. 
Neck Material: Cedar
Neck Profile: Classical
Fingerboard Material: Ebony
Fingerboard Radius: Flat
Neck Details: -
Nutwidth: 53.5mm - 2 1/8" 
Scale Length: 660 mm - 26"
Bridge: Indian Rosewood
Tuners: 3-on-a-plate 
Pickup -
Condition: Good 
Cosmetic Condition: beautiful condition for its age optically, structurally 100% ok, 1 repaired crack in the back
Modifications/
Repairs:
Repaired back crack
Tech Notes: None
Travels in: Hiscox Hardshell Case
Accessories: CITES