The Manuel Rodriguez Model D Classical Guitar is traditionally crafted with a solid Canadian cedar top and laminated Indian rosewood back and sides. The Model D is a well-balanced guitar with fan brac... Read More
The Manuel Rodriguez Model D Classical Guitar is traditionally crafted with a solid Canadian cedar top and laminated Indian rosewood back and sides. The Model D is a well-balanced guitar with fan bracing and a full 25.6" scale length. Other features include a rosewood headstock faceplate and bridge, a planed ebony fingerboard, gold-plated tuners, and a beautiful multi-wood soundhole rosette. This elegant rich sounding guitar was made in Spain and is sure to provide you with years of musical pleasure.
Case sold separately.
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I've been looking at the MR model "D" guitar for awhile. I am impressed with the playability, projection and expression this guitar has... The laminate back and sides rosewood is exquisite. One would think of playing a much more expensive guitar. The guitar rings with tone up and down the fret board. The sale price made me cross the threshold. It is a lot of guitar for the money. I could not find anything new or used that gave me the guitar features for the money. To me, this guitar is a wise investment.
I bought the Rodriguez Model D on 12/4/10. Although the sides are rosewood LAMINATE, I still find the sound to be quite exquisite. I fell in love with "the tone the second I played it at Guitar Center and I still love playing it at home. It has excellent action, is quite comfortable and I appreciate the fact that it's handcrafted. The only complaint is that I'd expect better "fit & finish" from a $1,000 guitar. They got a little sloppy with the glue where body meets neck - I probably would have made a stink about it at the store but they were running a 20% weekend sale and, again, I loved the sound. Laminate sides & back on a $1,000 guitar also seems lame but I don't dog it because the sound is still awesome. I don't know why anyone would spend more for a guitar if the priority is sound.