His professional experience comes from the lengthy history of the Carrillo family (since 1.744), out of which, he is the seventh generation guitar maker. This was the decisive factor for him being honored with the Regional Craftsmanship award in 2009 and subsequently, the National Award in 2010.
His guitar making style is influenced by various schools, being the Madrid school the most influential in perfecting his craft.
His guitars also have a very special sound, reaching an adequate balance between potent basses and sweet sounding trebles.
Innovation is ever-present in his guitars by utilizing different construction techniques therefore being in constant evolution adapting this way to the necessities of each professional, among which we can mention: Paco de Lucía, Tomatito, J.M. Cañizarez, El Niño Josele, Rafael Cañizares, Javier Limón, Keith Richards, Josemi Carmona (Ketama), Duo Montes Kircher among others.
1ª Classical guitar with excellent, well balanced sound, bright and sweet trebles and deep basses. The sound characteristics will change accordingly depending on the wood used for the top, having German Spruce a brighter tendency than Cedar.
- Length: 650 mm.
- Top: German Spruce or Canadian Cedar
- Sides and Back: Indian Rosewood
- Fretboard: Ebony from Cameroon
- Neck: Cedar
- Purifying: Indian Rosewood binding top and back
- Finish: Nitrocellulose Lacquer