Here’s guitar #110 from our celebration of luthier Pepe Romero Jr.‘s 200th guitar at the Guitar Salon International showroom. #110 was made in 2007 and is a cedar and rosewood guitar. This guitar was used to record the audio accompaniment to Celino Romero’s guitar method. Pepe Sr. plays a bit of the first movement of Rodrigo’s ‘Concierto de Aranjuez’.

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4 Responses to “Pepe Romero Jr. – Guitar #110”

  1. What an enviable family! Great Artists for 3 generations. Now a great Luthier to bring that knowledge and sensibility to a realized instrument.
    So very rare and beautiful.

  2. Joe Franklin says:

    Ah! The guitar – I am 90 and learned to play guitar at age 14 listening to Mother Maybell Carter play “Foggy Mountain Top” with a thumb pick. Now this! Long may it live in glory, the Classical Guitar.

    Old Joe

  3. Peter says:

    It must be wonderful to live in and be part of a musical family like that. Family reunions must be a lot of fun for everybody when their lives are so filled with music. One cannot help but be envious–they’re truly blessed.

  4. Enrique Guerrero says:

    Ah Pepe!


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