roderich paesold guitar

Posted by Johnny McCrary on Mon, 07/30/01 - 20:19:54.
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I would like any information on my acoustic guitar. the model says p90 and it is a Roderich Paesold. I bought It at a pawn shop and it is like new I have had it 15 or so years. I cant find any info about it. I need help.

thanks
johnny

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Roderich Paesold Guitars

http://www.egmond.se/egmond_se_History.html

In the 70's apparently CF Martin acquired Boston based Vega guitars.
They Martin designed Vega guitars were manufactured in the Netherlands. Under the same deal
they manufactured a few models that were more like Martins including a similar Headstock and
body design, sold under the name Roderich Paesold and made in Holland.
I found one in an antique mall in Tennessee and paid pocket change for it.
I was amazed at the quality and feel of the guitar. It needs some work cosmetically but
the neck. tuning keys and body are in great shape.
These seem to be great acoustic guitars designed by Martin that have somehow
fallen off the radar.
For confirmation, see the link above on Egmond history.

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