Early Guitars and Vihuela

A network for historic guitars and vihuelas

James Greenberg
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James Greenberg replied to Martyn Hodgson's discussion String tension on late 18thC Spanish six course guitars
"I have a Spanish baroque guitar that has an inscription on the head stock "La Guerrera de Cadiz 1761 that I suspect may be a Francisco Sanguino as it has 7 fan braces. The guitar was suffered the usual 19th century conversion to six strings…"
May 28, 2019
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"The 1650 Voboam on ebay is also wrong--not his plantilla--and likely a 19th Italian copy possibly by Guadagnini."
May 28, 2019
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"An Italian baroque guitar being auctioned by Bromptons, but it seems to be a composite made by Leopoldo Franciolini. Decided not to bid."
May 28, 2019

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About me:
I am a guitar dealer specializing in fine classical and flamenco guitars made in Spain, as well as collectors instruments. I also am a professor of anthropology at the University of Arizona.

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At 9:14 on December 25, 2011, Sinier de Ridder said…

Thank you, but it is so far for us! It is too bad, exhibitions of historical instruments, especially guitars,  are so rare… and so interesting…

Good work,

Sinier de Ridder


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