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  • Classical Guitar for Sale
    Classical Guitars and Lutes for Sale.
    This service is intended for the convenience of members who participate in the forum and is restricted to members of the 002 group and above.
    Ads are accepted only for classical, Renaissance, baroque or flamenco guitars, theorbos, ukuleles or lutes.
    Ads for any other type of instrument or equipment will be removed.
    Members may only sell their own instruments or instruments they have built themselves.
    Members are limited to the sale of one instrument only at any one time, with a maximum value of 15000 euros, though these restrictions are not applied to members who have been registered for at least 6 months, are members of the 060 group, and are known for their frequent helpful contributions to forum discussions.
    If you are selling more than one instrument, a separate post for each instrument is required.
    Failure to respect these conditions will result in the removal of the ads and in flagrant cases the account of the member may be removed without warning.
    Subforum: Archives of past "Classical Guitars for Sale"
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    Last post Re: US $.8000 Randy Angella s…
    by Tom
    Thu Nov 20, 2014 2:59 pm
  • Classical Guitar Strings
    Choice of classical guitar strings and technical issues connected with their use.
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    Last post Aquila Ambro 800 Set
    by BillCanton_Providence
    Sat Nov 22, 2014 1:19 pm
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    Last post Re: New Guitar Day! Marshall …
    by Chris Sobel
    Sun Nov 23, 2014 3:26 am
  • Lutes, Baroque and Renaissance Guitars, etc.
    Discussion of all aspects of early instruments, lutes, theorbos, vihuelas, Renaissance guitars and Baroque guitars.
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    410 Posts
    Last post Re: Those German lute-guitars
    by simonm
    Sat Nov 22, 2014 12:52 pm
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