Early Guitars and Vihuela

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At 3:40 on July 9, 2009, Jose Verdi said…
Perdón pero quise decir "Gracias , Amiga"
At 16:24 on February 15, 2009, Aarón García Ruiz said…
Yes I do. You can see these guitar in Youtube:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0nHnt6DKyAs&feature=channel_page

Best regards.
Aarón García
At 0:11 on October 27, 2008, Michael Fink said…
Hello Jelma,
Thanks for asking! That is my 4-course Renaissance guitar built 2 years ago by Lucio Nunez in San Antonio, Texas (http://www.lucionunezguitars.com/). I named it "El Alamito", since the peg head top has the "Alamo" silhouette so ubiquitous in that region. String length is 54 cm., and Olav Chris Henriksen (Boston Catlines) designed a nice set of strings for it as an "A" instrument. I have it tuned to A=415, which gives it a nice combination of tone and feel.
When arriving at specs for the instrument, I wanted to get away from the "plinky" quality of so many Renaissance guitars, so I had Lucio build the depth to 7 cm. This extra air gives the instrument some extra fullness and considerable projection!

Regards, Michael
At 16:27 on May 27, 2008, Extrafino said…
Hello Jelma! Your recordings are wonderful.
At 13:28 on May 24, 2008, Rob MacKillop said…
Very nice singer and sensitive accompaniment. Keep them coming!
At 17:08 on May 22, 2008, Rocky Mjos said…
Heel mooi uitvoering van Porro, Jelma!

Leuk om je eindelijk te horen!
At 13:47 on May 22, 2008, Rob MacKillop said…
Very nice indeed! Thanks for uploading it. There is something about those repeated chords that just pulls you in.

I went to your website and followed some links. Unfortunately I don't speak Dutch, but I did see that you also play theorbo and baroque guitar and have done many concerts. I hope to hear more of your files in the future.
At 9:59 on May 18, 2008, Rob MacKillop said…
Hi Jelma, and welcome to the site. Have you made any soundfiles? I love 19th-C guitars with gut strings. I used to have a modern copy of a Panormo which I strung in gut. My student has it now, but I wish I still had it. There are too many guitars and not enough time.

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