Specially Priced Guitars (this page is under revision
as of December 4, 2016)
Fernandez Music, P.O.
Box 2130, Anacortes, Washington Phone:
949-856-1537 email: email@example.com (revised December 4th, 2016)
We have moved from Irvine, California and are now
living in Anacortes (pop. 17,000) in Washington State. Anacortes is 90
miles north of Seattle, 90 miles south of Vancouver, British Columbia,
and 2 hours by ferry from Anacortes to Victoria on Vancouver Island.
Anacortes is on Fildalgo isalnd which is connected by a 1/4 mile bridge
to the mainland.
Ron Fernandez, have personally done the set-up and fret refinement on
these instruments. You can see what I do to each guitar at:
is a current list of special instruments (December 4, 2016). This
page is continually under reconstruction. When I set up my video cameras I may put up videos of some of these instruments.
Esteve 3 Classical Guitar. 2012. Solid spruce soundboard with
character, rosewood fingerboard, laminated sapelli-mahogany back and
sides. This guitar had cloudiness in the original factory finish on the
back and sides. I removed most of the cloudiness and applied French
Polished shellac. 652mm nut, 52mm nut width. Original price $795.
Special price $600 with a case plus shipping ($56 to west coast, $75 to
east coast). See Video on YouTube at:
Above: Esteve 3.
Alhambra 11C Classical made in Muro del Alcoy Spain in 1981. Big
Sound. Western Red
Cedar Soundboard, Solid Indian Rosewood, ebony fingerboard. Jesus
the soundboard on this guitar. This guitar has a big sound like the Old
Ramirez Concert guitars. $2000 with case. 52mm nut, 650mm scale.
Benito Huipe Guitar, made in Paracho, French Polished by Ronald
Fernandez. (it took me 40 hours to finish this guitar over 6 month.
This is the instrument shown toward the end of of our DVD Guitarmaking
with Benito Huipe. It has characteristics of both classical and
flamenco guitar. It has clear flamenco tap plates. It has a clear big
sound. Spruce face, really beautiful dense Palo Escrito back and
fingerboard. 53mm nut, 650mm scale with good Mexican case. $2700.
Vicente Sanchis, Torres model 1903. 52mm nut, 644mm
salon size body (90mm body depth, 350mm across lower bout). The string
spacing at the saddle of the bridge is 60mm from 1st to 6th
string--this is 2 mm wider than the Estve guitars which are 58mm.
fingerboard, laminated rosewood back. Original price $1195 with case.
Antonio Aparicio Classical with narrow nut. Prototypes. This guitar was
made by Antonio Aparicio Jr. during time he spent in California a few
year ago. I commissioned a few guitars which he built and that I
personally French polished and did the fret work on. This guitar has a
650mm scale, 48mm nut. Solid wood soundboard, ebony fingerboard, solid
Indian Rosewood back and sides. Very good sound. I should mention
that Antonio Aparicio work in his family's guitar workshop in Spain for
over 30 years. His father retired and he moved to California for a few
years. His family made thousands of guitars for guitar shops in Madrid
and for guitar dealers around the world. They were the actual
factory/workshop which made guitars for other "Made in Spain" labels.
Special price $1700. I have one with spruce face and another with cedar face which are nearly finsished.
Esteve Concert Guitar. India 1A. French Polished by Ronald
Fernandez. $5800. See photos at:
Miguel Rodriguez Flamenco Guitar, 1959. $29,000. See photos at:
Octave Guitar with case by Esteve. $1495 See:
Portuguese guitarra (Coimbra model) by German Vazquez and finished by
Ronal Fernandez. $4000
Portuguese guitarra (Lisboa style) by João Palmeiro, $5000
Viola Caipira with gig bag. 10 string Brazilian-style steel string
Bolivian Charangos $415 and up.
Rajao, Portuguese 5 string "ukulele" with metal strings. $600
Portuguese soprano with "sound port". $300
Italian Guitar, 19th Century. $1000.
Cavaquinho, Brazilian style. Deluxe. $2000
Spanish Laud made by Esteve with case $1195
Concert UKE by Kenny Hill. $800
Kiwaya Ukes, sopranos, concert and tenor. Various prices.
am no longer exporting any instruments from the United States. While
global shipping has greatly improved, other serious complications have
emerged such as credit card fraud, new customs difficulties, shipping
damage/liability. These problems make the risks too great.
I have mentioned in other places on my website, I am semi-retired and
therefore I am not longer selling to stores. However, I still have
stock of certain items. Some items are first quality, some have
cosmetic defects and I am therefore selling as seconds. I intend to
continue handling certain items such as charangos, some ukuleles, a
limited number of fine Spanish flamencos and classicals, refurnished
Portuguese guitars and some other ethnic instruments.
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If you have any questions, email me:
Ron Fernandez, Fernandez Music. P. O. Box 2130, Anacortes, Washington Phone: 949-856-1537