by ryevick » Saturday 07 May 2011, 01:30 am, Users browsing this forum: bacsidoan, Beowulf, curtis e allen, Dmitrypey, dofrenzy, dta721, Eric V, josh.french, LBrandt, oc chuck, Paul Micheletti, printer2, R L Vaughn, riffmeister, SeanWinkler, SteveL123, tkoehler1, Yandex [Bot] and 49 guests, Powered by phpBB® Forum Software © phpBB Limited, Construction and repair of Classical Guitar and related instruments. Re: Any Thoughts On The Manuel Rodriguez Model “A” Guitar. Fossilized Rhino ivory nut, maple nrck and fretboard from an 1890's piano, Callaham bridge, Fralin vintage hots, with a little "special sauce" in the bridge pup. I took some pics with my iphone - sorry for the not great quality - really dig the subtle flaming on the fingerboard, the thin finish with the grain showing through. ↳   Classical Guitar Concerts, Competitions and Conventions, ↳   Your messages to the site administrator, ↳   Our recordings of Members' Compositions, ↳   Our recordings of Romantic and Modern music, ↳   Our recordings of Agustín Barrios Mangoré, ↳   Scores for classical guitar - D01, D02, D03, ↳   Scores for classical guitar - D04, D05, D06, ↳   Scores for classical guitar - D07, D08, D09, ↳   Scores for classical guitar - D10, D11, D12, ↳   First tests (Extracts of works in progress). I have a light ash body strat I bought via Linday Fralin years ago. Rodriguez C3 Flamenco 2.47 out of 5 based on 2 ratings . I am fortunate enough to live on the same street as both Tom and Lindy Fralin’s shop! Who will refuse to watch "The Pedal Movie" on principle alone. They work together quite a bit. We became FB friends last month, and I see that he is making electrics again. https://www.facebook.com/RodriguezElectrics, https://www.facebook.com/RodriguezGuitars, http://img151.imageshack.us/img151/9540/trguitar1.jpg. If you have larger hands and have no problem playing a standard sized guitar, it may be a good choice for you but it just didn't work for me. Please make sure that you are posting in the form of a question. I will be picking up my David Gilmour inspired Big Head, "68 style Stratocaster next week, I call it the DG " Not Quite Black" model, in his " Seaburst" color scheme. Just found one of Tom's latest creations - I think it is super bada$$. I couldn't do it. La cassa è meno profonda della classica e quindi più leggera da suonare anche in piedi. That new creation Bass belongs to an old bandmate, and is incredible. Somewhere around here I've got some even better pics. Yeah, I will say I am a bit astonished by it. After viewing product detail pages, look here to find an easy way to navigate back to pages you are interested in. Found this old thread. I bet they play like butter. They have had decades of hard use (I am NOT gentle with my guitars!) Anyone playing Rodriguez guitars? I'll post pics of mine once I restring it. Post by John Kotopka » Saturday 07 May 2011, 00:39 am I have a solid-top cedar Manuel Rodriguez model C which lacks the electronics and cutaway -- basically a few "notches" lower on the MR line than the guitar you're looking at … Tom built my Strat and it is bad @ss. Hats of to Mr. Rodriguez. Pickups are Fralin and bridge is Callaham. La chitarra è di buona manifattura e gradevole a vedersi. This page contains information, pictures, videos, user generated reviews, automatically generated review and videos about Rodriguez C3 Flamenco but we do not warrant the quality, accuracy or completeness of … The Gear Page is the leading online community and marketplace for guitars, amps, pedals, effects and associated gear. kenny fischer turned me onto tommy's work back in the early "90s. They are made by Tom Rodriquez in Richmond, VA. Tom has made his name in the high end classical guitar building world, but has been making electrics for his entire career. And it was hard to do certain chords and barre. Neck is killer flamey maple with a ridiculous piece of Brazilian rosewood for the fingerboard. This will without a doubt be the finest guitar I've ever owned, and for the price of a prodution line Les Paul, you can own one of the finest handcrafted instruments availible, at any price. Post I bought this guitar from a GC, the salesman kind of pressured me but I figured I'd just return it if I ended up not liking it. I've been reading some not to positive reviews on it. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Manuel Rodriguez C3FLAM Nylon-String Flamenco Acoustic Guitar Natural at Amazon.com. Any additional information appreciated for those not Facebook fluent. You can still see all customer reviews for the product. Il diapason da 660mm rende i tasti leggermente più lunghi e le corde più morbide a parità di specifiche. Disabling it will result in some disabled or missing features. Think I'll pass. Billy G. last night!!! Suono più metallico e tipico per strumming ed assoli spagnoli ma anche rock\acustico. Any thoughts would be appreciated. Tom Rodriguez rocks!!! I can't wait to get my hands on that! I had no idea anyone on tgp had ever discussed Rodriguez Guitars. Keith Clarke. It is a little more than I wanted to spend but will do so if I think it's worth it. The Strat turned out to be the finest guitar I've owned, only thing even close was a '71 ES335TD I lost to stupidity in '98, and having owned well over 50 top of the line production guitars, I will never waste my money on an over priced Big name guitar again. extraordinary builder. Best Strat I have ever owned. But in the bridge it kicks the crap out of the dearmond I have in the telesonic and the single coil of the Anderson pick up. The Strat turned out to be the finest guitar I've owned, only thing even close was a '71 ES335TD I lost to stupidity in '98, and having owned well over 50 top of the line production guitars, I will never waste my money on an over priced Big name guitar again. They really don't do the guitar justice. I have a solid-top cedar Manuel Rodriguez model C which lacks the electronics and cutaway -- basically a few "notches" lower on the MR line than the guitar you're looking at right now. The best part as one of the above posts said, is Tom listens to what you want, and keeps you in the loop, making your dream guitar a reality. I bought it from him around 2000. Any Thoughts On The Manuel Rodriguez Model “A” Guitar? JavaScript is disabled. Man his personally designed guitars look stellar! I am pretty sure I am keeping this guitar. and still look and sound great. Chitarra da Flamenco davvero facile da suonare, sono chitarrista classico e dalla prima scala senti subito che il manico comodo e la action aggressiva ti accompagnano ad ogni nota.