I'm 100% certain this is not Dalbergia Nigra. If you buy this guitar within EU there are no problems what so ever.Ludwig wrote:It has no CITES, but it is not Brazilian Rosewood as far as I know! It is South American Rosewood, but not Dalbergia Nigra!
Correct. It's ok as long as you are private seller/buyer.Ludwig wrote:Even outside of the EU there are no problems!
He has and he does. But let's get back to this thread. This is a great price at a great guitar!
Sending the guitar to Australia is not a problem at all, it is a bit more expensive, but not much. I sold some guitars to Australia in the past and everything went smooth.MPRT wrote: ↑Sun May 14, 2017 4:34 amI have just finished watching the Sakurai documentary. It's worth watching for a number of reasons and even if you are not considering purchasing this guitar it's quite informative in relation to the construction of classical guitars. He is quite an extraordinary man and extraordinary Luthier. If I was living in Austria rather than Australia I would be adding this to my collection. Good luck with the sale.
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