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Studio model. We created this model with a special design to pay tribute to a great master and a long-lasting friendship. Three generations have enjoyed this close and dear friendship. Amalia Ramírez designed this guitar with a very special...

Studio model based on the E Line. José Ramírez III designed this guitar with a cutaway in collaboration with the guitarist Marcel Dadí. Renovated by Amalia Ramírez. PRECIO MÍNIMO RECOMENDADO: 2.434,71€ +(21% IVA en España)

We launched this new edition of the Tablao Guitar of José Ramírez I, based on his template and design, but improving manufacturing details and adapting it to current preferences regarding comfort and proportions. We have also introduced minor...

This guitar was created in response to the demand for an instrument with a sound that was similar to the guitars from the early twentieth century. It was designed to adapt to a spruce pine top and it is, therefore, basically built with a spruce...

New edition of the book in Spanish "En Torno a la Guitarra” by José Ramírez III. Foreword by Víctor Monge "Serranito" and José Luis Rodrigo.

José Ramírez I created the "Tablao Guitar", which revolutionized the world of the flamenco guitar and was, subsequently, developed by his younger brother and disciple, Manuel. Our current guitar has an ample sound range; it is comfortable and...

Tuning pegs especially designed by Ramírez. Accurate. Handcrafted

Accurate. Especially designed by Ramírez. Handcrafted

Events

  • Our Guitarra de Tablao from 1913 is now in the National Library of Madrid from the 27th of January to the 2sd of May 2017 TIME TABLE From Tuesday  to Saturday from...

    PATRIMONIO FLAMENCO EXHIBITION

    From 01/27/2017 to 05/02/2017 Read more...

  • New “del Tiempo” Guitar: It is a commemorative guitar that celebrates the history of “Casa” Ramírez. This model has been created to celebrate 135 years since the beginning of...

    NEW GUITARRA DEL TIEMPO

    From 03/13/2017 to 08/31/2017 Read more...