The Alhambra 3C A is a classic spruce top guitar for crystal clear, shiny sound.
Each Alhambra is a unique experience, from the touch, to the definite and clear sound that comes without effort, to the aroma of carefully chosen woods, caressed and treated by wise and experienced hands.
The Alhambra 3C A is the materialization of all knowledge and passion for music and the musicians who perform it, accumulated over decades by one of the most respected brands of acoustic guitars in the world.
The comfortable action benefits from the careful placement of each fret, to accelerate technical growth to those who touch it, providing advanced level performances.
All the naturalness, color and presence of the sound of the Alhambra 3C A result from the choice of materials: this variant of the 3C model benefits from the spruce top, a lighter wood that provides brighter shades. It has a soft sonority, with great presence and is very versatile, with a reach that goes beyond classical music.
The bottom and sides are in laminated sapelie, a wood denser than mahogany, originating in West Africa, which remains stable even with variations of humidity. The neck is in samanguila, an African wood of lighter shade, and the fretboard is in indian rosewood.
The nut and the saddle are made of melamine, a very strong synthetic material and an excellent conductor, which contributes to the definition and superior quality of the Alhambra 3C A.
It is a guitar of great quality, where all the details were taken into account and meticulously worked, and the finishes had all the attention, because the greatness begins in the details.
Made by one of the most respected brands in the manufacture of classical and acoustic guitars of high quality, Alhambra guitars are played by some of the best musicians, in styles ranging from classical music to flamenco, and from folk to rock.
- Machine Heads: nickel plated
Alhambra guitars offer a 2 year warranty against
any manufacturing defects counting from the date
of purchase. This warranty can be extended to 3 years
if the client registers the guitar in: