Augustino LoPrinzi Guitars

fine classic guitar designed and made in the US by its premiere individual maker

Renowned throughout the instrument making field, Augustino LoPrinzi's first instruments were classic guitars. As his career progressed he constructed many types of string instruments, numbering in the thousands : mandolins, lutes, violins, and steel string guitars, to list but a few. Now he is applying these years of wisdom to his first love, the classic guitar, which began his journey into instrument making.

No matter which model you select.... Traditional, Flamenco, International Concert, International Concert Elite, Spanish Grand Concert, Grand Artist Elite

...You will be delighted to realize how carefully the instrument has been created to satisfy your individual preferences. Your excitement and creativity will expand as the new LoPrinzi Classic Guitar steadily forms its tone around your unique style of playing!

Join in the celebration of a fine classic guitar designed and made in the US by its premiere individual maker!

1929 Drew St. Clearwater FL 33765, Tel.(813) 447-2276



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LR 20 Loprinzi

Are you still looking for an LR 20 Loprinzi? I have one for sale and would be glad to send you pictures.

Thanks,

Russ
615-939-4616

LR 20

How much do you want for the LR 20

LoPrinzi steel string guitar

I have a great steel string LoPrinzi guitar that I purchased in Rutland Vermont 20 to 25 years ago. The label says "Constructors of Fine Guitars A LoPrinzi, LR-20 Plainsboro, New Jersey". The label is signed (upper left hand corner) T. LoPrinzi. The serial # is 3519. I would greatly appreciate any info anyone might have about this guitar, including authenticity. Thank you.

T. LoPrinzi

T. LoPrinzi is Augue`s younger brother Tom LoPrinzi. Tom learned how to build guitars under Augue and worked for Augue until he sold the business. and moved to Fla.

Determining authenticity

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Re: Determining authenticity

You've got the real McCoy! Problem is you WERE dealing with two companies. As far as I understand, Augie sold Lo Prensi Guitars then moved to Clearwater, Florida. He then started building guitars under his name "Augustino." Today he has the Lo Prensi name back so goes the story. I own two guitars purchased from Augie in the early 80's. The play great, loud, and sweet. Augie's daughter is now involved with the business. They have a Website. Search "Augustino Guitars." Enjoy.....

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Re: Determining authenticity

I have an LR-20 signed by Augie LoPrinzi, also made in 1974 in Rosemont, NJ. The serial number is 843. I've owned it since 1976 and it looks a little older, but plays sweet. The last I heard of Augie LoPrinzi was that he closed up his Rosemont, NJ shop, moved to Florida and makes (or made) only classical guitars.

--ron

classic guitar

Please email me your current brochure and price list.

Thanks,
Gen. Colin Powell,Ret.

Guitar

General Powell,

Lets talk guitars.

Ed Poznek, Navy
215 805 0011
poznek@aol.com

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