Jack Sanders just finished building a new baroque guitar for himself to take on tour, so we thought it would be fun to have him play it for us and explain a bit about how the baroque guitar works. This particular instrument is built after a Stradivarius guitar, though some of the woods are different, and Jack plays Españoletas and Folias by Gaspar Sanz, then tells us a bit about tuning, the techniques used and even strings. We should note that this instrument is not for sale as Jack is breaking it in on the road as we write this.

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3 Responses to “Jack Sanders – Baroque Guitar”

  1. Great sounding and looking guitar and playing.

  2. Jazz Azkoul says:

    Heartiest congratulaions on such a beautiful sounding and looking guitar. And your playing is wonderful. Best of luck on your tour… you’ll win lots of new listeners. I really like the way you play these pieces.
    Thank you too for the your explanation which is very clear and pleasant to listen to.

  3. Jim says:

    I always enjoy your playing and instruction on this site and this one is no exception. Good luck on your tour!


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