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The main advantage of being based in Granada is having the oportunity to learn and use traditional guitar making techniques passed on through generations, such as the use of hot hide glue and ropes and wedges instead of sinthetic aliphatic adhesives and iron clamps. Humidity levels are constantly controlled during assembly to guarantee the stability of the instrument once it is finished. Likewise, all the wood I use has been dried and cured in my workshop for at least five years, in order to minimize the risk of cracks or neck warping