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Galan Rafael / Edmundo Rivero 1941

SOLD - VENDIDA


Top - Tapa - Tampo - Decke - Table d´harmonie - トップ
Pino abeto alemán / German Spruce

Back and Sides - Fondo y Aros - Fundo e Lateral ou faixas - Fond Éclisse - Fondo - バックとボディサイド
Arce (ojo de pájaro)

Fingerboard - Diapason - Escala - Touche - Tastiera - フィンガーボード
Ebano / Ebony

Details - Detalles - Detalhes - Détails - Particolari - 詳細

The guitar belonged to Edmundo Rivero. The instrument
and the invoice of sale done by the son of Edmundo
Rivero can observe photos of Rivero touching. One of
the photos shows touching it this one guitar with
Anibal Troilo and Nelly Vazquez (1963). The other photo
is of the decade of 1950, with Anibal Troilo (left) and
between the guitarists is Robert Grela.(right)

La guitarra perteneció a Edmundo Rivero. Pueden
observar fotos de Rivero tocando el instrumento y la
factura de venta hecha por el hijo de Edmundo Rivero.
Una de las fotos lo muestra tocando ésta guitarra
junto a Anibal Troilo y a Nelly Vazquez (1963).La otra
foto es de la década de 1950, con Anibal Troilo (izq)
y entre los guitarristas se encuentra Roberto
Grela.(der)

Lenght= 650 mm
Measure between 1-6 string in nut = 42 mm
Measure between 1-6 string in bridge = 57 mm

Some links about Edmundo Rivero
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edmundo_Rivero
http://www.zonatango.com.ar/grupo.php?p_idgrupo=29

 



Juan y Rafael Galan
Juan Galán Rodriguez (Málaga, 1876- d. Buenos Aires, Argentina 19??)

Juan Galán Rodriguez was born in Malaga in 1876. He was the son of the
distinguished luthier, Juan Galán Caro, also a native of Malaga, who had in
turn learned his art from Antonio Lorca, the father. Working with his father,
Juan became a master guitar maker. In 1906, he decided to move to Buenos Aires,
and beginning in 1908 he began building guitars in Argentina. In Argentina, he
became a grand figure in the guitar world, and all the great artists of his day
were drawn to his workshop

Rafael Galán Rodriguez (b. Málaga 1888- d. Buenos Aires, Argentina ??)

    Rafael Galán Rodriguez was born in Málaga. Like his brother Juan was
trained by his father. In 1908, he moved to Buenos Aires and remained active
there for some decades. 

 

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