Well, we’ve arrived at the final guitar from our celebration of Pepe Romero Jr.‘s 200th. Guitar #200 has some pretty significant changes in the fretboard, neck angle and headstock – changes that were apparently requested by Celin Romero (and which Pepe Jr. explains in the video better than I can here). And since it’s the last guitar that Pepe Sr. played that evening he performed Celedonio Romero’s ‘Fantasia Cubana’ to close the event.

The event was held last year, but this seems like an appropriate place to once again thank Pepe Jr. and Pepe Sr. for putting together such a cool event and letting GSI host it.

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7 Responses to “Pepe Romero Jr. – Guitar #200”

  1. Bravo! Excellent finish to the series. Three generations represented in one performance!

  2. Jim Galante says:

    All of pepe juniors instruments were Marvlous guitars and to hear and see Maestro Pepe senior playing them, makes it an even greater experience. OLE !

  3. richard bystrak says:


  4. Cheech says:

    GSI, that was wonderful, Both Pepe Jr. explaining the variations in construction and, of course, Pepe Sr. beautiful playing. I could listen to him all day.
    Thank you guys, good job.

  5. Larry says:

    One of the best guitars that I have ever heard, we will be seeing more of these cypress/cedar models and I want one. There is just something about the combination that works for my ear and this one is the best yet.

  6. Peter Gasperoni, Ph,D. says:

    Outstanding…Thank you

  7. Darrell Styner says:

    Great stuff! I’ve watched the entire series and enjoyed every minute. Many thanks to GSI and the Romeros for sharing this with us!


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