Aha, the guitar is not for me. I just wonder what I could sell it for, got it from a friend who doesn't play classical. I think the difference between D and E is that D has laminated back/sides and E is all solid. But I guess 650 Euro in mint condition seems ok.
I can't tell what year it is, maybe its stamped somewhere. My guess is late 90s or early 2000. At least it doesn't have the (ugly) logo on the headstock. Thank you for your opinion, do you like the guitar?Martin wrote: ↑Sun Jul 16, 2017 2:41 pmI think it depends what year it was made. Rodriguez changed their system of designation some time in the '90's
I have a 1985 Model E which I paid UK£330 for at the end of that year. Allowing for inflation and exchange rates, that's about 1100 Euros in today's money.
If I were to try to sell it I would probably ask about 600-700 Euros, but accept I might have to let it go for less.
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