Finally brought this home from the college workshop. It was my second year project but I have only just gotten round to setting it up properly.
It is as close to an exact copy of the guitar built for Julian Bream in 1973 by Jose Romanillos which became Bream's main guitar for most of his career. I didn't try and copy Romanillos rosette but other than that I followed his own plans and description in his book as closely as my skill level would allow. I have no doubt the real thing sounds even better but this thing is a beast.
My first classical and first attempt at French Polishing and I made an absolute hash of it. Fortunately it plays great and sounds amazing so I will probably strip it and refinish it eventually but for now I am just enjoying playing it.
A great incentive to actually learn some classical pieces.