The Spanish-made Alhambra 2C is the big brother of the 1C. What’s the difference, you ask? The bracing on the inside of the 2C has a different construction and that’s why the 2C has a little more tonal options. Moving your right hand a bit while playing will result in a different sound, so you can decide if you want a traditional, classical sound or maybe something more flamenco-like. It’s up to you!
At Alhambra, the tone woods are carefully selected. The solid top on the 2C is made from red cedar, and the back & sides are made out of mahogany, just like the neck. Nineteen frets are securely fitted to the Indian rosewood fingerboard, while the nickel plated machine heads guarantee an excellent tuning stability.
The Alhambra 2C is a natural beauty, with modest embellishments like the stylish sound hole rosette and a white binding around the solid top.
Discover the great tonal options the Alhambra 2C has to offer, and enjoy this beautiful Spanish classic!