|01-15-2009, 10:41 AM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jan 2009
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Is it worth anything???
Hi i'm new to the forum. I have have just got my epi lp standard in transamber and love it!!!!!
I have had an old acoustic knocking about in the atic for about 10 years. Its an old spanish acoustic called a "Jose Romero Luthier". I was just wondering is it worth anything???
Thanks in advance
|01-15-2009, 10:53 AM||#2 (permalink)|
Join Date: Apr 2008
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Re: Is it worth anything???
I doubt it, but you never know. To the right person it may be worth thousands.
I'd put it on ebay with a high start out bid and see what happens.
The Spanish luthier José Romero Garrido was born in Baeza (Jaén) April 12, 1954. His family moved to Madrid when he was but an infant, and he has lived there ever since. In 1968, when he was but fourteen, he began his professional career as a guitar maker, entering as an apprentice in the workshop of José Ramirez. By the time he was seventeen, he was promoted to the grade of guitar maker's assistant. A year later, he was again promoted to the level of junior craftsman. After doing compulsory military service, he returned to the Ramirez shop and asked Jose Ramirez to examine him for promotion to the grade of master craftsman. Passing this exam with high marks, José Romero worked for the next eight years in the Ramirez shop. In 1983, desiring to build instruments of his own design, José left Ramirez and opened his own workshop. Jose Romero works alone, and builds fine handmade classical and flamenco guitars using traditional techniques. As a result his production is limited.