Marchione Flamenco

$19,500 – $25,000 USD

Nut Width: 52mm
Bridge spacing: 59mm
Neck at 1st fret: 22mm
Scale Length: 650mm
Top: Swiss Spruce
Back and Sides: Spanish Cypress
Neck: Spanish Cedar
Headplate and Bridge: African Ebony
Tie Block, Saddle, and Nut: Arabian Camel Bone
Frets: Stainless Steel
Tuners: Sloan, made in USA
Finish: Studio made spirit varnish and French Polish to a high gloss, and a final coat of Lacquer.
Available in a variety of woods;
Standard $16,500
Brazilian rosewood $19,500

$19,500.00 - $25,000.00

For my Flamenco guitars Stephen Marchione use his original design based on historic models that he feel are successful, utilizing standard dimensions that musicians are comfortable with and know intuitively.

His study of the great Spanish instruments has given me tremendous respect and admiration for the Domingo Esteso/ Conde’ Hermanos lineage as well as the Miguel Rodriquez family. He’s owned Estesos and many Conde’s, and he’s learned a great deal from them. The Flamenco guitar combines the ease of playability, tone, and ergonomics of a Conde with gorgeous craftsmanship, powerful projection and beauty of the Rodriguez guitars of the 1970s.

Flamenco Guitar is constructed in the traditional Spanish method, in a Solera, face down, And as with all of my guitars, He only use Hot Hide Glue in construction and he Hand Plane all surfaces prior to glue-up. Whether you’re accompanying dancers at a Juerga, playing solo in concert or just jamming with friends, Flamenco guitars give you a rich and broad palette to draw from. Many of his clients use this model in the recording studio for a variety of musical styles.


Standard, Brazilian rosewood

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