Paulino Bernabe Classical Guitars

by Kirby
(Freeman, SD USA)

Paulino Bernabe, Especial

I had been playing (and still own) a 1979 Ramirez 1a. It's a great sounding guitar. I think it sounds much, much better than their guitars of recent years.

But when I compared a Paulino Bernabe to my Ramirez, there was no contest. The Bernabe had a much sweeter and fuller tone and the sustain is amazing... and that's even comparing a 1979 Ramirez to a new Bernabe.

The Bernabe guitars have been called "the Ramirez killers." They really are that good.

That's why I'm rather shocked that they are not even mentioned on the Spanish guitar manufacturers page. I'm curious as to why they were omitted?

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Feb 12, 2014
I Agree why is Bernabe not mentioned
by: Anonymous

I agree, I have played both guitars and I am in love with the Bernabe guitars. This Firday, Valentines day I am leaving Savino music in Miami with either a M10, M20 or M30 paulino Bernabe guitar. I have compared the Bernabe guitars to Ramirez and Contreras. I find the best sounding to be the Bernabe in addition they have better action.

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