Santana El Clásico 76 classical guitar

  • Solid Canadian red cedar top
  • Beautiful rosewood bindings
  • Gold-plated luxury tuners
  • Made in Spain
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Body shape:

4/4 Classical

Top:

Solid Canadian red cedar

Back & sides:

Rosewood

Fingerboard material:

East Indian rosewood

Bridge:

East Indian rosewood

Neck material:

African Mahogany

Number of frets:

19

Nut width:

52 mm

Finish/Color:

High gloss

Pickup(s):

No

Tuning machines:

Classical

Brand:

Santana

Full-size classical concert guitar

El Clasico 76 is a full-size classical concert guitar with a standard string length of 650 mm. The fingerboard is 52 mm wide with a thickness at the thinnest point of 21 mm and 24 mm at the thickest point. El Classico is built with a body of rosewood and Canadian cedar. The neck is made of exquisite African mahogany. The combination of solid Canadian cedar on the deck and rosewood on the bottom and sides, gives the guitar a very present sound with a powerful volume and a very wide tone. The tone goes deep into the bass range, which also gives the guitar a prominent treble. The sound of this guitar means that this guitar is suitable for many different music styles.
El Clásico 76 is delivered including a guitar case.

Model 76 belongs to Santana’s El Clasico guitar series, which offers a range of high-quality guitars. Ranging from guitars appropriate for the beginners to guitars aimed at the experienced guitarist. El Clasico 76 is an obvious choice of classical guitar for the discerning beginner and the slightly experienced guitarist, who will not compromise on either sound or quality.

El Clásico 76 has edge bindings made of East Indian rosewood and tuning screws with gold finish, which gives the guitar an even more exclusive look.

Why solid top?

The reason we have used an expensive solution with the solid top is that the guitar will only get better with time and as you play it. That is because the solid wood will dry out more over time. Also the vibrations from your use of the guitar will cause the structure of the wood to change. Both parts mean that vibrations get more free running in the wood. And the guitar’s sound will become more resonant and get more and clearer sound in the bass register. The more you play – the better the sound. So, play a lot!

Santana El Clásico 76 classical guitar
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