Re: a bruno coqueror classical
: I think I own the model that you're talking about. It's a classical guitar with a walnut fretboard and back. It has an intricate pattern around the sound aperture and a surprisingly beautiful sound. I know it's old because my uncle bought it in a pawn shop in Kansas City for my mom in 1979. Now I am the proud owner of this guitar and I play it every day. I've asked everyone I can think of about the origin of the mysterious "Conqueror" but I can't find anything about it. The only other conqueror I've ever seen is a miniature banjo owned by a friend of mine.
I just bought a "Conqueror" classical guitar. It's a parlor-style classical but says nothing but Conqueror on the label. No date, no serial #. It's a beautiful instrument...solid cedar top, solid rosewood back and sides. Great tone and awesome sustain!
I know nothing about it...anyone out there that can help?