There is only one method applicable. Building a heritage building tradition of expert luthiers and craftsmen that have made the firm Esteve guitars one of recognized value and prestige.
The top, rosette and neck are hand prepared and glued. Dual rings are inserted and glued fit the heel to the top, which will be solid wood (usually cedar or spruce).
Then the head is adjusted and both rings are joined by the bottom. Reinforcements of inner rings (valance, or zoquetillos tentellones) fit and glued to the sides.
Then, put the chains and put the floor (back of the guitar) in a pattern or mould to prevent warping. The sides and floor are solid wood and noble.
Once the glue is dry special inserts or decorative borders are profiled.
Using a tuning fork, the sound is shaped deep and wide, then the fretboard is styled, then, the bridge.
Then, cuts are made for the frets on the fingerboard and the frets proceed to be set and finished.