This series was designed by José Ramírez III in 1986, and renewed by Amalia Ramírez in 2008. Designed with a unique template, decorations, tone, quality of sound and materials that are synonymous with the Ramirez brand. The 1NE features a solid red cedar top, Indian rosewood back and sides, and an ebony fingerboard.
This fellow has been in stock a little while and is in need of a good home. The SP - semi professional model - has been designed to meet the demands of players requiring an instrument priced between the professional models and the studio range. This quality instrument fills the gap admirably. Its projection, clarity and playability are really excellent.
This fellow has been here a while and needs anew home - hence clearance price. The cheapest Ramirez in the E series constructed with Indian Rosewood. The great thing about the Ramirez range is their consistent quality and excellent playability. This is a comfortable instrument to play, well set up, with a clarity of tone and good bass response.
The GH (George Harrison) model is an improved and authentic reproduction of the Jose Ramirez studio model used by George Harrison during the recording of the classic Beatles film “A Hard Day’s Night”. It features all-solid woods, and similar ornaments to those of the original model.
The top-of-the-line Ramirez model in the “NE” series. It is made entirely by hand with all-solid materials, with Western cedar top and Indian rosewood back and sides. A great choice for the intermediate to advanced student. The detailing is the most refined of all the student instruments, including the fine work in the hand-inlaid purfling.
The latest version of the popular “2CWE” model from Ramirez. It has been revamped, and features updated aesthetics. They are easy to play and offer the famous Ramirez tone that many players crave. These guitars are perfect for jazz/crossover artists, as well as gigging classical professionals.
The 130 Años model celebrates 130 years since José Ramírez I began building Spanish guitars. Since then, the Ramirez family has passed on this craft from generation to generation. Amalia Ramirez chose the cherry blossom rosette design as a dedication to the reconstruction of Japan after the events of March 2011.