Essential FeaturesSoundboard: Solid Spruce
Back & Sides: Solid Exotic Rosewood
Neck: Cedar w/ Ebony reinforcement
Scale Length: 650mm
Nut Width: 52mm
Body Type: Classical/Flamenco
Construction: Spanish Heel
Features: Discrete built-in electronics
Tuners: Gold / Ivoroid buttons
Markers: 7, 12
Nut & Saddle: Bone
Purflings: Black & Gold
Rosette: Hand inlaid Woods
Finish: Natural Gloss
Extras: Hardshell Case
The Instrument's Family
The Camps workshop was founded by Juan Camps Coll in 1945, in Banyoles, Spain. With his musical and woodworking education, being a self-taught researcher with an entrepreneur personality, Juan Camps was constantly investigating and experimenting, having used the most varied building systems throughout his life, different glues, woods, varnishes, etc.
His main goal was to build a guitar that offered the best price-quality relationship, so that all guitarists could aspire to buy an instrument of high acoustic and building quality within a reasonable budget.
The current heirs of his experience and knowledge are his sons: Javier and Jordi Camps “Hermanos Camps,” who after a thorough technical and musical education joined the workshop in 1989.
Their work is done by hand, but they incorporate the latest technological advances to achieve an even higher final quality. They have experimented with modern elements like carbon fiber, adjustable titanium ribs, six-contact bridges for amplified guitars, MIDI, and modern varnishes and adhesives.
Camps brothers, faithful to their father's entrepreneurial spirit, build in accordance with the traditional Spanish systems, but continue their research based on the advice of the best musicians, so that each instrument is better than the previous one. They incorporate modern techniques for calibration, machining, polishing, finishing and control, with the aim of offering the best guitar possible: the most comfortable and in-tune guitar to allow musicians to fully express their art.