In the seventies I used to frequent a store in Manhattan called the Spanish Music Center, and the owner, Gabriel Oller, was Vicente Tatay's brother-in-law. He sold Tatay factory guitars there. Tatay was a luthier from Valencia, and my recollection is that they were pretty good as factory guitars go. I think his sons later opened a factory on Long Island in New York. A student of mine who owed me some money for lessons once gave me a Tatay classical as payment, and it was not bad at all. If your guitar was made by Tatay himself, it could be a good one, though not very valuable in any event. I would guess that the chances are it's just a factory guitar. Photos might help.
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