We recently had a visit from Pepe Romero, who came to play and tell us about one of the rarest guitars we’ve ever seen – an 1894 Hijos de Melchor Moya. Moya was a contemporary of Antonio de Torres, and over the years he and his brother and sons worked with and learned much from Torres. Moya’s brother Miguel even had ‘disciple of Antonio de Torres’ on his own labels. This guitar is the first we’ve ever played by any of the Moya’s, and it is a fantastic example of a Torres-era instrument, as you’ll hear in Pepe’s demonstration below.
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