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Vihuelas

Caoba

Caoba

USD $290.00
Caoba

Caoba

USD $290.00
This guitar was built with mahogany for the acoustic box. Mahogany is known for a deep and warmer sound. The top of the guitar is of pine. On the mast, it has a calibrator. Metal strings recommended.
Zorro

Zorro

USD $240.00
Zorro

Zorro

USD $240.00
Requinto, Mexican style. Made in Paracho. The body of the guitar is made with a type of wood known as Red Cedar, the mast is mixture of walnut and blackwood. The type of wood used for the acoustic box and the top is red cedar. The mast is mahogany. Tuning: A, D, G, C, E, A
Cetro

Cetro

USD $233.00
Cetro

Cetro

USD $233.00
This cedar guitar was built in the work shop of Don José Amezcua. The acoustic box is made of cedar. The top is pine. The fret if made from walnut.
Xocolatl

Xocolatl

USD $250.00
Xocolatl

Xocolatl

USD $250.00
This Mexican Requinto was made in the Alfredo Amezcua´s Workshop. Red cedar was used for the acoustic box. For the top, it was used fir or whitewood, a type wood pretty similar to cedar, known for its resilience. The mast is also red cedar and the diapason is made from cocobolo. Tuning: A, D, G, C, E, A
Johnny Electro

Johnny Electro

USD $280.00
Johnny Electro

Johnny Electro

USD $280.00
A beautiful electro acoustic guitar, classic style, the acoustic box isbuilt with Palo Escrito , cedar on its top, and the neck is mahogany. Built by Don Geronimo Amezcua in Paracho Michoacán. We named it Johnny Electro their because is similar to Johnny Cash model but with electric guitar pickup.
Requinto Brown

Requinto Brown

USD $230.00
Requinto Brown

Requinto Brown

USD $230.00
You can find requintos like this in Don Alfredo Amezcua´s workshop. The wood used for the construction of this instrument is a regional one. It´s from a tree called "haya" or Mexican beech, which grows near Paracho, so this musical instrument has the scent and color of the region. The acoustic box was built with "haya", the top was built with pine. Tuning: A , D, G, C, E, A

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We are a group of friends from Mexico who love to play guitar, and we happen to live nearby a little town called Paracho.

Paracho is known here in Mexico as the pueblo of the guitarras, the town of the guitars. For many generations, lots of families in Paracho have devoted their life to the art of making guitars and different types of stringed instruments. The luthiers in Pararcho have managed to communicate their passion and knowledge through generations, and also mantain the traditions and mystique of the little town.

So, we just want to create this space for all the music and guitar lovers. You´ll find different types of guitars, built with different types of woods. Also, you´ll find information about the luthiers in Paracho, about their pieces of art, their techniques and much more about the beautiful landspace of Michoacan.


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