"As mentioned earlier, I found Perez's flamboyant setting (in B-Bc 5.615) of the popular Marizapalos particularly intriguing (more florid in places than other surviving settings such as those by Guerau, Sanz, de Murcia and preserved in the…"
Anonymous most likely Saxon guitar by an unknown maker, late 1800s to early 1900s.This guitar is being sold as a player's instrument after restoration by Mark Finney in Leicester. Perfect string height and intonation. The guitar has a very nice tone with Aquila Romantic guitar nylgut strings. The restoration involved cleaning the solid spruce soundboard and French polishing, lowering the saddle, replacing the frets and a new ebony fingerboard. The back and sides are painted rosewood lookalike…See More
"Thank you James for the input; I will take a closer look.
Plus, I realized just after posting that my previous search was note very accurate, because there is indeed a thread about ren. guitar build full of useful infos in the "building"…"
"Sorry, I can’t answer your question, but as background reading, have you read Christopher Page’s award winning book on the Tudor Guitar, which looks at all the evidence available surrounding the English gittern."