Full sized, very detailed plans of a classical guitar based on Classical Guitars Built by famed luthier Jose Ramirez. These guitars are known for their exceptional volume and response.
This plan features a 660mm scale and typical grand concert shape. Popular woods used for this model are Rosewood back and sides, Spanish Cedar top and Cuban Mahogany neck with ebony center strip lamination.
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The following tabs detail what you will receive with our Classical Guitar Plans - Ramirez Bracing:
Overall Instrument Length: 1004.5mm (39.55”)
Upper Bout: 282mm (11.10”)
Lower Bout: 368.5mm (14.51”)
Body Length: 494.4mm 19.46”)
Neck Width @ Nut:53.2mm (2.09”)
Neck Width @ Body: 63.5mm (2.50”)
Body Depth At Heel: 94mm (3.70”)
Body Depth At Butt: 102mm (4.01”)
Scale Length: 660mm (25.98")
Standard Grand Classical Guitar Shape
Standard 660mm Scale
12 Frets to Body
Ramirez Style Bracing Pattern
Standard Neck Joint With Foot to Support Back Plate
Overall guitar plan with notes and dimensions
Longitudinal and Lateral Sections Through The Guitar.
Top Bracing Layouts Top and Side Views
Back layout and Back Brace layouts
Complete Template Sets Including: Top, Side Contour, Neck Top Back & Side Layout, Neck Contour, , Headpiece Layout, Back Arch Template & Top Layout Template
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