Early Guitars and Vihuela

A network for historic guitars and vihuelas

Joel Rosinsky
  • Essex Junction, VT
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I joined recently at the suggestion of someone I communicated with on the internet, to hopefully get information on a guitar I got a few years ago. It came to me in a shopping bag, a gift from…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by sergio muselli Dec 5, 2015.


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I have been a guitar player since age ten , and began repairing and building in my early twenties. Now as I am approaching retirement from work that provided a more constant income than lutherie, I'm going back to work that provided more personal satisfaction.

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At 18:09 on December 6, 2010, Sinier de Ridder said…
and probably you will find another brand under the brace under the soundhole on the other side. With a mirror and a light (led) you can see it. I hope!
I add (if i can) a photo for you
All the best
At 17:30 on December 6, 2010, Sinier de Ridder said…
and i forgot : Thank you for the photos…
At 17:29 on December 6, 2010, Sinier de Ridder said…
We wrote a book dedicated to the guitars made in Paris between 1650 and 1950, from Voboam to Bouchet, which was published in 2007, and now the second volume dedicated to guitars same period (less or more!) made in Mirecourt (Vosges) and other french provincies! preview I hope for next october..
Thanks for the new photos, it is very interesting… You have now a rare and valuable guitar, i hope you will send photos when it will be restored. If you need some infos about Grobert, please mail us… Grobert has a particular place in the guitar making…
At 16:27 on November 29, 2010, Sinier de Ridder said…
Hello again

I never saw this brand on a head at Grobert's work! Very interesting. We wrote an article for "Classical guitar" about Grobert, i can send it if you like. Usualy the soundboard comes up to the fretboard. Is the fretboard original? And how is the joint heel/neck? Grobert is a so interesting maker. Bravo!
best regards

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