Early Guitars and Vihuela
A network for historic guitars and vihuelas
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A lot happened between the baroque guitar and the six string modern guitar.
I love the look of the top extending up the neck with a flush fingerboard. It is a really nice example of the transition between the 5 course Baroque guitar and the six single string modern guitar. It features an elongated body and a fingerboard that is flush with the top like earlier guitars, and metal frets, figure 8 peghead, and open sound hole like later guitars.
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