Early Guitars and Vihuela

A network for historic guitars and vihuelas

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At 11:22 on August 11, 2017, Patricia Butler said…

Thank you Jelma for welcoming me to your website. I have recently aquired my first early 19th century guitar after collecting several vintage Spanish guitars. I am eager to learn more about my latest addition and antique guitars in general. I cannot offer any knowledge on your site but look forward to gaining some knowledge. I will post some photos on the forum and look forward to receiving some information on my guitar. Thank again. Pat

At 22:30 on January 5, 2017, Leon de Kroes said…

Hoi Jelma, leuk om je hier te zien!. Hartelijke groet, Leon

At 20:03 on August 11, 2016, Guzman Ramos said…

Thank you Jelma!

At 4:36 on June 13, 2016, Ken Hartdegen said…

Thanks very much Jelma! Nice to hear from you; still getting it all set up....

At 17:48 on January 14, 2016, Alan Clark said…

Thank you!

Regards, Alan

At 8:20 on November 11, 2015, Marten Falk said…

Thank you very much!

At 14:52 on November 2, 2015, Timothy Burris said…

Hoi Jelma,

Arcas, Pujol, Manjon, Llobet, Pujol, Tarrega, o.a.

T

At 9:22 on September 14, 2015, Toby Chapman said…

Many thanks.Toby.

At 22:23 on September 13, 2015, Gregg Miner said…

Thanks, Jelma - I was recently invited by my multi-string friend Stanley Alexandrowicz, but I should have signed up long ago!  I'm not sure what I can offer your group but a fascinated, appreciative audience.  I'm (predominantly) a steel-string fingerstyle player, but dabble when I can a bit with everything in the Miner Museum.

At 17:33 on July 24, 2015, Mario Torta said…

Thank you Jelma, Great site!
Kind regards,
Mario

At 10:47 on July 6, 2015, Dr Jack Giles said…
Thank you Jelma, I look forward to participating in the activities of the group. Regards Jack
At 0:00 on June 4, 2015, Bill Eisele said…

Thank you, Jelma!  I'm looking forward to exploring the world of early guitar through the EG&V Network.

At 23:31 on April 23, 2015, Sabino Reybal said…

Thank you Jelma, I'm sure I learn so much in this wonderfull page. 

At 9:10 on April 9, 2015, Yuri Liman said…

Thank you very much for greetings, Jelma!

Best wishes

Yuri

At 13:54 on January 2, 2015, Toon Lauwers said…

Dank u Jelma! Mijn, beste wensen voor 2015!

At 6:30 on December 16, 2014, Kenneth A Hartdegen said…

Why thanks a lot Jelma! I am still trying to get used to what you all do on this great site. 

Regards, 

Ken

At 15:50 on August 23, 2014, Dan said…

Thank you Jelma.  Nice of you to send me a greeting.

Dan

At 3:41 on July 9, 2014, Marc S. Silber said…

I am restoring a guitar made 1845-1851 by Henry Anton Schatz, in Boston, USA.

I am looking for a visual and/or dimensions for his origianl design.  This is NOT the typical small Spanish style guitar with 3 fans, but a larger guitar of higher quality with "X" braced top.

any help will be appreciated.

thank you,  Marc Silber

MARC SILBER MUSIC         510-325-0720

BERKELEY, CA.            www.marcsilbermusic.com

At 15:07 on May 1, 2014, Gesine Lübben said…

Thank you Jelma! I look forward to discovering your site!

At 23:36 on April 23, 2014, Eric Meyer said…

I never really played any of my instruments except the one that I specifically  made for myself. I play left handed. I loaned it out to a local  classical player for a while but he didn't take very good care of it so I took it back. I should have sold it but I like to take it out and look at it once in a while. I actually made four Voboam copies and sold three.

I wonder if you know my old friend Gunther Mark. He makes early instruments near Nuremberg, but he lived in Amsterdam at one time. He watched me make that guitar in Portland so many years ago.

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