Natural from Murcia, specifically from a district called San Ginés, located about 4 km from the Capital of Murcia,
He tells us in first person about his career in the construction of craft instruments;
«At 10 years old I started playing the lute in a peña huertana and soon I was interested in other instruments such as bandurria, guitar and Murciano guitar.
From a very young age I used to listen to flamenco singing at my grandfather’s house, by artists such as Rafael Farina, Pepe Pinto, Camarón, etc.
Hence my interest in Flamenco and in the construction of the Flamenco guitar.
In 2011 my adventure began with the construction of the guitar.
Currently, having built around thirty guitars, I build about 6 guitars a year in a completely artisanal way. The materials used are of first quality and with a drying and curing of a minimum of 5 years, among which stand out the Canadian Cedar and the German Spruce Pine for the top, the Honduran Cedar for the neck, the Cameroon Ebony Carbonero for the fingerboard, for the rings the coveted Spanish Royal Cypress and the different rosewoods such as Madagascar, India, Coral, African, Cocobolo, Amazon, etc.
The varnish can be made with Nitro or Polyurethane with Spray, or with Gum Lacquer always on request.
The workshop is located in Calle Santa Teresa S / N de San Ginés, Murcia, Spain.
Currently apart from having also built acoustic guitars and Murcian requints, I have in mind a future project to study the construction of the Bandurria, the Lute and the Murcian Guitar. «