This is a piece designed with two of the best woods, called "precious wood" used by cabinetmakers. Br> br>
The structure is formed by Brazilian Rosewood rods mitre joined for a much cleaner visual result and reveal the splendor of the wood, with its bright pinks and yellows.
The centerpiece is made from Gabon Ebony, one of the most popular and difficult woods to get , as it is said that you can only acquire it from the diseased heart of these African trees. Also this piece is particularly important because it is a remnant of a tuning fork used by Aguado brothers on a guitar for the master guitarist, Sainz de la Maza.