Thank you. By the way, do you live in The Philippines?
Sorry, but I live in the U.S. (I'm half Filipino) I don't know any other sites.yellowboots wrote:Thank you. By the way, do you live in The Philippines?
Because I will also be very appreciative if anyone can give me a reliable Filipino search engine or a search directory that will help me in searching for him.
Julian wrote:It is always better to buy a guitar from a reputable guitar shop, a dealer or a luthier: be it for student model guitar or concert guitar, which I have always done.
You may check a luthier from the Philippines by the name Derechou. But I think Derechou has his reputation in tact and he is unlikely to keep your money unscrupulously.
For my direct order guitar, hitherto I still maintain good contact with the luthiers, and they are either helpful or still charming.
Bliss, are you using this model "Ramirez Style Ebony/Englemann Classical" by Nicholas?
Hi mezzo_piano,mezzo_piano wrote:Nathaniel wrote:Correction, it should be "Derecho". His full name is Armando "Tabo" Derecho.
I think I have email this person before about ordering a guitar... I found his email in Philippine Guitar Festival 2010 site before...
Wow that's a great deal! I can't believe Jose Ramirez's great grand niece lives here in the Philippines, and she's fluent in Tagalog and Ilonggomezzo_piano wrote:Hi Nathaniel, I was in the concerts last Friday and Saturday. Though I never had a chance to meet them on Saturday due to other appointment after the concert. It was my first time attending the festival and I just give me enough urge to study more... Thanks to the organizer.
Last friday, I talk to the person selling the Jose Ramirez Guitar. They are selling great guitars starting $2000 USD including hard shell case in the package. I'm thinking to buy on of their guitars before this year ends but I'll have TD guitar in consideration...