Michael Partigton’s guitar stayed here for a couple of days. I had to draw it, and take pictures of it. Don’t be jealous Michael. She was the perfect lady. She has no name, and the original maker is unknown. Probably from the mid to late 1800’s, but there are not for sure clues. The guitar was probably re-topped in 1998.
Here’s a picture gallery. Maestro Partington will feature this guitar on his soon to be published CD: A Romantic Potpourri.
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