rojarosguitar wrote:I live quite close to Sebastian Stenzels workshop and I could watch quite a few of his guitars being created. What is absolutely fascinating about his work is - besides its highest quality - the consistency: the guitars sound basically same with small and subtle differences (they are individuals after all ).
The precision of his work is amazing and his construction priciples very sound and well grounded in the spanish tradition.
I see this with my Sebastian Stenzel Flamenca Blanca (1998 spruce/cypress). It is a flamenco guitar of a very traditional touch but brought to such perfection I hardly can believe is possible.
Of course what kind of guitar one likes to play is a very individual matter and in that sense there might be no linear scale from bad to good to best to place an instrument on; I fell that at least Stenzels guitars are not a fashion wave but classical guitars built to highest standards.
They cost 11,500 US $ and there is a waitig time of at least 2 years by now ...
... go for it if you can, you'll never get any guitar close to it for that price ...
oski79 wrote:I had a chance to meet Fugue and play this guitar last week.
GuitarVlog wrote:You were in California?
Fugue wrote:A ripping good time was had by all! It's too bad we can't organize some Delcamp get togethers from time to time! It would be fun to meet the other members.
wchymeUS wrote:Fugue wrote:A ripping good time was had by all! It's too bad we can't organize some Delcamp get togethers from time to time! It would be fun to meet the other members.
Interesting, who said you can't? No one prevents you to throw a party! as long as you don't use our host's name - Delcamp - to endorse it
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