Classical Guitars

Manuel Bellido Auditorium

The Auditorium is the great jewel of the classical guitars built by Manuel Bellido, his Beethoven Ninth Symphony. With a 647 mm shot, Indian or American palo santo body, German spruce top and avant-garde construction, the Auditorium is a guitar designed for great recitals or for those guitarists who simply seek perfection.

Jesus Bellido Classical

The Jesus Bellido Classical is built using an improved variant of the traditional assembly system, closing with the top at the end on the already mounted body. This increases rigidity reduces weight, thus obtaining an instrument of greater volume without losing beauty of sound. The commercial quality of its wood is first special with at least twenty years of drying and its length is 650 mm. You can choose between German spruce and Canadian cedar top, and between rosewood bodies of India or Madagascar, bird-eye eye maple, pau ferro as well as other woods. Finished with shellac and with best quality Gotoh or Fustero machine heads.