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Old 09-24-2021, 02:13 PM
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Originally Posted by ckmurf View Post
Not the old low-end Gibsons, I am referring to the bespoke guitar company in Singapore- their BMOC Hozen did the Somogyi tuning workshop, and the story goes that he brought back a new set of skills to the company.
I have been looking at the Maestro website, although not cheap they offer a lot of customization for a very competitive price. It looks like their forte is steel string guitars, and they show up at some of the better boutique dealers, but Iím not seeing a lot on the web about their classical offerings.
Anybody have any experience with their instruments?

https://www.maestroguitars.com/nylon-string-guitars/
https://www.maestroguitars.com/custo...om-order-form/
My guess is they are extremely new....I've known about Maestro for several years, but had never seen a classical. When I googled Maestro Nova, nothing came up at all.

I found it interesting that when I just went to The North American Guitar site (former Cotten Music in N-ville) They used to have a full stock of Maestros - now there's not a single one, and I know they had some clearance prices on them. Makes one wonder if there was some quality control issues.
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