Completely hand-made in the Teodoro Perez workshop, Marco Tejeda’s guitar models are named after the neighborhoods of Madrid – in contrast to his brother-in-law Sergio Perez’s guitars, which are named after the various cities of Spain. “Chamberi” is in fact one of the districts that forms part of Madrid’s “Central Almond”.
Marco is the son-in-law of Teodoro Perez and the 4th member of their workshop in which he’s been working since 2009. This “Chamberi” model employs its own unique bracing system yet retains the same high standards of fit-and-finish of all the instruments made in the same workshop. Upgrades from his “La Latina” model include: French polish (instead of lacquer), additional inlay in the purfling, and use exotic materials – most notably the beautiful “green ebony” for the back and sides.
This particular spruce top version possesses a sound that is very focused and responsive with a nice, quick attack. It has plenty of power and refinement of tone, and it’s a great choice for concert performance and recording alike!
Like every instrument we’ve seen from the Perez workshop, the set-up is superb and the attention to detail is impeccable. A hardshell case is included with this guitar.