With the traditional Estudio Flamenca, the guitar maker Juan Hernandez not only embodies the spirit of Andalusian Flameco music, but also the craftsmanship of traditional Spanish guitar making. Typically for a flamenco guitar, the instrument develops its characteristic tone with a light response, which is favored by a solid construction and a construction consisting of a spruce top and a maple body. In addition, the top is equipped with a pickguard (golpeador), which allows a percussive playing style, so that the high-quality spruce wood of the top is not damaged. A flat mahogany neck with 18 frets, which are embedded in a noble ebony fingerboard, in combination with a nut width of 52 mm and a length of 650 mm, allows the player to master even more extensive tone sequences or chords easily and without great effort. Golden mechanisms allow precise tuning with their smooth pegs and round off the entire work perfectly and perfectly.