Types of wood used :
Soundboard : acient spruce
Back : mahogany veneered on spruce
Sides : mahogany
Neck : mahogany
Headpiece : ebony
Fingerboard : ebony
Linings : ebony and ivory

Size :
Scale : 628 mm
Spacing of the strings at the nut : 44 mm
Spacing of the strings at the bridge : 62 mm

See it :
Photo galeries with details

Listen to it :
Fernando Sor Allegretto in a minor
Fernando Sor Andante in a minor
(performed by Axel Bernolin)

Press :
article in Guitare Classique n°57 (in French)

This guitar is a facsimile of an instrument made by René Lacôte in 1826. This guitar was brought to me for a conservation-restoration work. I took this opportunity to make a precise layout of its measurements, of the joining techniques, the types of wood, glues et varnished that Lacôte used in order to make this copy as close to the original as possible. I wanted to propose to romantic music performers a contemporary-made instrument with the same characteristics as the beautiful Lacôte guitar.

Delivered in a special fitting case