This is it! The highly coveted and nearly impossible to find Enrico Macias model Favino!! Serial #96, built in 1968.
The Enrico Macias model was named for the famous Algerian/French singer who gained stardom via a unique style that mixes Algerian al Andalous, Flamenco, and 70's era pop.
This model features maple back and sides, and a shorter 665mm Selmer scale length (most Favinos have a 675mm scale). It also has a very comfortable modern neck.
This is the earliest Macias model I've seen. Unlike the later models
(which have block MOP fingerboard inlays), this one has standard MOP dot
markers. Looks similar to the Maple Favino Bireli Lagrene played in his
A number of famous Gypsy guitarists have played maple Favinos over the years. Bireli Largene played one in his teens and used it recently on the CD It's Alright with Me . Sounds amazing! Moreno and Mondine Garcia have also used maple bodied Macias style Favinos throughout their careers.
As mentioned earlier, the Macias features maple back and sides. The guitar has a three piece maple neck and snazzy ivoroid binding.
This is the CASH price...add 3% if you'd like to pay with a credit card
|Model Number||Enrico Macias|
|Fret Neck||14 Fret|
|Nut Width||1 3/4"|
|Back and Sides||Maple|
|Neck||Flamed European Maple|
|Tuners||SB Nickel Plated|
The original "Wegen" Gypsy Guitar pick. 3.5mm thick, 30mm long, 26mm wide.
The original Gypsy jazz strings! Used by Django Reinhard and nearly every other Gypsy guitarist.
Vintage Django tone for Selmer/Maccaferri oval hole guitars.