Ask any classical guitarist who owns a model from Kremona, and they'll be happy to tell you about the top-notch craftsmanship of their instrument. Founded in 1924, Kremona classical guitars are used by many of today's most prominent musicians, including Lulo Reinhardt, Roberto Corrias and many others. Whether you're still in the learning stages or a veteran of the music scene, Kremona's catalog of nylon-stringed guitars will put a smile on the face of anyone who enjoys playing such a complex musical style.
It's pretty obvious to see that Kremona is dedicated to providing all classical guitarists with their dream instruments. From stunning acoustic-electric cutaways to smaller-sized models for players with smaller hands, every Kremona guitar comes to life through a team of passionate luthiers. For a striking combination of tonewoods and professional workmanship, take a look at the Fiesta FC Classical Acoustic Guitar. Handcrafted entirely of solid, carefully selected woods from around the globe, this beauty is made by Kremona's most skilled team members, and it's easy to tell. From the rosewood edging to its fine birch purfling, the Fiesta FC is stage-ready and even comes with a CGHC deluxe hard case.
It was mentioned earlier that Lulo Reinhardt performs with a Kremona guitar, and he even has his own signature model. With its Venetian cutaway, gentle 500 mm fingerboard radius and Montmarte bridge/headstock, the Lulo Reinhardt Daiman 14 Fret Nylon-String Acoustic-Electric Guitar boasts a unique, modern look and is even signed by the master himself. One of today's most authentic voices in jazz, Lulo's collaboration with Kremona has resulted in a guitar that will drop the jaw of any experienced nylon-stringed performer.
The fact that you play such an intricate style means that you deserve to sharpen your technique with an instrument that highlights your strongest musical attributes - and for that, Kremona has just the answer. This section is loaded with so many choices to suit every taste and budget, you'll have no problem finding a classical guitar that you can be proud to call your own.