A25 Classical / RRP: £1,345.00 / UK Product Code: ADM25

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Product Overview

The Admira ‘A25’ Classical is a beautiful combination of hand selected Solid Cedar top and hand selected Solid Indian Rosewood back and sides to ensure a warm and rich classical tone. The A25 features a Mahogany neck with Ebony reinforcement and an Ebony fingerboard and gold machine heads and is finished in high-gloss. Also features Maple bindings on top and a double back binding.

The A25 is crafted with the traditional spanish heel neck joint which is considered the most highly developed neck joint in guitar construction. It is significantly more complex than a glued neck, but the sonic benefits are worth the effort. When building a guitar with a Spanish neck, neck and headblock are carved from one piece of wood.

Our Handcrafted guitars are a fusion of the best quality materials, designs and manufacturing techniques by our highly skilled and passionate Spanish-trained luthiers. Our luthiers use traditional handcrafting methods to produce guitars with exceptional tone, clarity and expression.


UK product Code ADM25
Size 4 / 4
Top Selected Solid Cedar
Back Selected Solid Indian Rosewood
Sides Selected Solid Indian Rosewood
Neck Mahogany with Ebony reinforcement
Fingerboard Ebony
Machine Head Lyre Design Gold
Finish Type Gloss

Product Reviews (5)

"Beautifully constructed and a joy to behold.I am sure it will give me many years of pleasure"
PETER, United Kingdom
"Really pleased good sound"
Archie, United Kingdom
"Absolutely fabulous guitar, beautiful quality and sound. Hand crafted from selected tone woods. I tried several options and makes when looking for a new guitar and this just stood out. The tone and balance of sound was just what I was looking for, I have become quite a fan and now own two other Admira guitars."
Lindsay, United Kingdom
"Great sound, well made and overall very happy with purchase."
Darren, United Kingdom
"Very nice finish and plays really well, although I was expecting a single piece of wood for the neck. Also I have no idea of when this guitar was made."
Colin, United Kingdom