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At 19:38 on November 6, 2015, Pavao Sever said…

This one really is a beauty. Do you maybe have some more information, lets say photos from inside (from the restoration). Tracing of the outline of the body would be also be valuable.

At 20:56 on December 17, 2011, Roberto Domenichini said…

Hello! Thanks for your friendship and comments about the video!

Roberto

At 10:28 on October 18, 2011, Rainer Krause said…

Hello F. and D.,

That`s nice to have this kind of contact with you. Your new book is very interesting

and something to learn.

Best Regards

Rainer Krause

 

At 4:10 on July 5, 2011, Joel Rosinsky said…

Bonjour Françoise, It was good to hear from you. My apologies for not getting back to you sooner. I have not yet started work on the Grobert. I am not sure how much to repair, and how much to restore. It is the rarest guitar I have had to work on, and I want to make sure I am clear on how to proceed.

Your help has been of great value in helping me identify the guitar, and I want to make sure the work I do is worthy of its quality.

Thank you for your help,

Joel

At 14:28 on June 15, 2011, Jelma van Amersfoort said…

Thank you very much for posting the article. I read it with great interest & fascination! If you ever have trouble posting things like video's, please let me know so I can help.

Best wishes, Jelma

At 18:38 on June 13, 2011, Kenneth Sparr said…

Nice to hear from you! I am eagerly waiting fro volume 2 of La Guitare which I have ordered.

 

By the way concerning your request for 6-course Spanish guitar I know that Tony Bingham has one for sale which is quite similar to mine.

 

Kenneth Sparr

At 17:31 on June 13, 2011, James Greenberg said…
Mercy. Je sues tres content de être computer parmi voter amis.

James
At 15:38 on March 29, 2011, Rob MacKillop said…
Merci!
At 4:54 on December 14, 2010, Joel Rosinsky said…

Bonjour Françoise,

I appreciate the photo that you sent. The brand is there on the underside of the brace, just as it is in your picture. I will send a picture soon.

I am very grateful for your help,

Joel

At 0:58 on December 1, 2010, Joel Rosinsky said…
Thank you for the article and for your information. I do believe that I have a Grobert now. How it came to this country, and made its' way to me is a mystery.
I did not get to the museum you mentioned as I was only in Paris for six days and there was so much I missed. I hope to come back some day and stay much longer.
I sent ten pictures of the guitar. Many of the neck joint and the neck, and one of the maker's stamp on the neck block.
What are the books you have written?

Thank you,
Joel
At 1:58 on November 30, 2010, Joel Rosinsky said…
Bonjour Françoise,
First, let me thank you for your replies. They are very helpful. I don't have the knowledge to know which Grobert may have built the guitar. That would be very interesting to find out. The fingerboard does not appear to be original. It is very thin, perhaps 2 MM thick. I will be adding photographs of the heel joint soon. Someone had done a lot of very poor repair work which will require much time to put right. This will be a long, but wonderful project once I have researched the guitar as best I can. I would very much appreciate a copy of the article you wrote about Grobert, as well as any other references you may have.
If you would like, you can eMail the article to me at: vtladc@comcast.net.
I will post the photos in the next day or two.
If I may ask, where in France do you live? I visited Paris last September for the first time, and fell in love with the city.
Thank you again,
Joel
At 19:16 on March 21, 2010, Rocky Mjos said…
Welcome to network! It is very interesting to browse your website, but I connected to it at http://sinierderidder.free.fr/
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