The Kremona Rosa Morena is the best of both worlds. Rosa Morena's subtle flamenco design elements enable snap and spontaneity, while her rosewood and spruce construct conveys the stately depth of a concert classical.
The Rosa Morena is truly amazing. It sounds like a guitar that might cost well over $1,000.
"I'm very happy with this guitar, a Kremona Rosa Morena, and consider it an exceptional value. I bought it as a backup to my main guitar, an exceptional blanca from a well known Nor-Cal builder which cost me $4000 used. I find myself playing the Rosa Morena more, and the blanca less, as it has a punchier and crisper bass, which is not at all boomy or muddy. Very nice on Tarantas. Perhaps I found out I like negras better than blancas, but this is the first negra I've played that I like. It seems to have the good qualities of a negra without the bad, IMO, many of which sounded too much like classicals. Though not as loud and resonant as the blanca in the trebles, it's still plenty loud, and overall, it has a drier, more separated sound, that I think is well suited to flamenco, at least for my preference." -Derek S.
"Julia Florida" by Agustin Barrios (Guitarist: Brad Earnhardt) ©XGuitars Inc.
Top: Solid European Spruce
Back/Sides: Lam. Indian Rosewood
Neck: Honduras cedar
Fret Dots: None
Fingerboard: Indian Rosewood
Tuners: gold with authentic perloid buttons
Bone Nut & Saddle
Kremona-branded Black Gig Bag Included
Made in Bulgaria
I am absolutely stunned at the quality of this guitar. The customer service was excellent, and they helped me every step of the way in obtaining this master piece. It is so full sounding, and the nylon strings are just great. The craftsmanship and inspection is an added bonus. I love playing it. Capricho Arabe has never been so satisfying to play. I’m super stoked and will definitely be buying again from here.
Arrived in pristine condition. The sound & setup are high quality. Very happy with how playable the guitar is and the tone.