FR €.9500 Jean-Noel Rohe spruce 2007, Paris

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FR €.9500 Jean-Noel Rohe spruce 2007, Paris

Postby valère » Sun Sep 11, 2016 11:25 pm

- Jean-Noel Rohe Classical Guitar
- built 2007
- 650 mm scale length
- Spruce Top
- CSA Rosewood back and sides
- Ebony Fingerboard
- Ivrin Sloane Tuners
- Price: € 9 500
- Sound: The top of Rohé
- Condition: as new
- Viewing/trial possible: yes
- Location: PARIS

It is the one who is in photo in the magazine Orfeo
https://issuu.com/orfeomagazine/docs/orfeo_7_en

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Re: FR €.9500 Jean-Noel Rohe spruce 2007, Paris

Postby petermc61 » Mon Sep 12, 2016 12:49 am

A beautiful guitar valère. Good luck with the sale.

Greetings from Australia,
Peter

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Re: FR €.9500 Jean-Noel Rohe spruce 2007, Paris

Postby MPRT » Mon Sep 12, 2016 3:50 am

I agree with Peter - it's a work of art.

Unfortunately I am unable to seriously consider buying the guitar, however, I did follow the link and bought the book in which the guitar is photographed.

Good luck with the sale

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Re: FR €.9500 Jean-Noel Rohe spruce 2007, Paris

Postby Jack Douglas » Mon Sep 12, 2016 11:25 am

Beautiful instrument and georgeous Brazilian! Good luck with the sale.
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Re: FR €.9500 Jean-Noel Rohe spruce 2007, Paris

Postby bacsidoan » Mon Sep 12, 2016 12:01 pm

No BRW to the US :(

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Re: FR €.9500 Jean-Noel Rohe spruce 2007, Paris

Postby larryguitar » Mon Sep 12, 2016 7:18 pm

Wow, beautiful!

The back appears to be a book matched piece of flat sawn rosewood, as opposed to quarter sawn.

My in-laws are French and live in France. I have half a mind to have it shipped to their house and swapped for the 200 euro guitar I bought in Paris on our last trip. Word would leak out to my wife, though, and it would be a pity to not be able to play this instrument every day.

Any sound samples?

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Re: FR €.9500 Jean-Noel Rohe spruce 2007, Paris

Postby Ludwig » Wed Sep 14, 2016 3:22 pm

Beautiful guitar and gorgeous woods!

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Re: FR €.9500 Jean-Noel Rohe spruce 2007, Paris

Postby bacsidoan » Wed Sep 14, 2016 8:18 pm

Ludwig wrote:Beautiful guitar and gorgeous woods!


I wish I could have bought your Rohé. The Indian Rosewood would have posed no problems with Lacy Act & CITES.

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Re: FR €.9500 Jean-Noel Rohe spruce 2007, Paris

Postby valère » Wed Sep 14, 2016 8:57 pm

Thanks to all for your warm comments.

Dear Peter, you know about what we speak. Beyond the nobility of woods and refinement of the lutherie, there is a SOUND Jean-Noël Rohé who is a treasure of wealth for the beauty of the nuances and the colors with a big dynamics. It is really a maker of exception for those who like.

I apologize for the enormous error which I made.

Please, a moderator can correct in the lines of the announcement: it is not at all "Brazilian Rosewood". It is necessary to correct by "CSA ROSEWOOD". Thank you in advance.

Valère

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Re: FR €.9500 Jean-Noel Rohe spruce 2007, Paris

Postby riffmeister » Wed Sep 14, 2016 9:32 pm

What number is this one? I'd guess mid-twenties.

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Re: FR €.9500 Jean-Noel Rohe spruce 2007, Paris

Postby petermc61 » Wed Sep 14, 2016 11:02 pm

I think the label says 21.

I just don't get how you makes rosette that gorgeous and finely detailed so early in a career.

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Re: FR €.9500 Jean-Noel Rohe spruce 2007, Paris

Postby Michael.N. » Thu Sep 15, 2016 8:08 am

It appears more complex and detailed than what it actually is. It uses pretty thin veneers, so it gives the effect of complexity. I think the actual pattern adds to the effect too, even though it's not a particularly complex pattern.
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Re: FR €.9500 Jean-Noel Rohe spruce 2007, Paris

Postby Jabberwocky » Thu Sep 15, 2016 8:22 am

I am ignorant and have a rather näive question: Has Mon. Jean-Nöel Rohé altered his design much from 2007 when Number 21 was built? In other words, how differently would it sound and play from a 2016 build barring the natural variances in spruce, rosewood and mahogany? Would the gestalt of a JN Rohé be preserved?
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Re: FR €.9500 Jean-Noel Rohe spruce 2007, Paris

Postby Stephen Eden » Thu Sep 15, 2016 8:24 am

it is a very refined rosette for the number of guitars he had built by then. He obviously has an artistic eye for detail. True though that it is a relatively simple rosette to make very well executed.

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Re: FR €.9500 Jean-Noel Rohe spruce 2007, Paris

Postby petermc61 » Thu Sep 15, 2016 8:26 am

Stephen Eden wrote:it is a very refined rosette for the number of guitars he had built by then. He obviously has an artistic eye for detail. True though that it is a relatively simple rosette to make very well executed.


That is probably more what I meant. More about refinement and elegance than technical ability to execute it. Thanks for that distinction.


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