A network for historic guitars and vihuelas
This may be of interest to some of you, but also please pass it on to people you may know?A society of scholars and guitar players devoted to the musical history, the social history and the…Continue
Started Jan 9, 2016
stamped: 'Marotel' on the neck-block. Nicolas Marotel, Paris c. 1820. With a handwritten label which reads: Legros, luthier, ex ouvrier de Mr Lacote de Paris (trans: Legros luthier, former worker of…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Marten Falk Jan 6, 2016.
In 2012 I submitted my PhD thesis, titled: Guitar Making in Nineteenth-century London: Louis Panormo and his Contemporaries. I have been approached by a publisher who is willing to publish this in…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Stanley Alexandrowicz Aug 17, 2015.
a brand new authentic copy of an 1838 Louis Panormo guitar, made by myself James Westbrook.It was four years in the making, and is largely based on my PhD findings (the bracing treats the treble…Continue
Started Jun 13, 2015