I am a brand-new member of the "DelCamp Classical Guitar" website. I call myself, "play sweet." I look forward to learn much, from everyone, who share the love of playing and hearing the beautiful music, of the classical guitar.
I am currently looking to understand the value of our Manuel Contreras, Sr. "Double Top" Guitar, that has been in our family, since it's birth (1979.)
The guitar is a Manuel Contreras, Sr. 1979 "Double Top" Concert Guitar.
Inside the label it reads:
"Constructor de Guitarras M.G. Contreras" Calle Mayor, 80 Madrid, 1979. It is signed "ala Manuel Contreras" across the label.
It's top is made of fine quarter spruce. The back & sides are book matched Brazilian rosewood, with the bridge being rosewood, with bone inlays.
If anyone can help me, with the guitar's value, I would greatly appreciate it, with a "Thank you," in advance.
Looking forward to hearing from you,