Here it is! My first video on YouTube of me playing the 1961 Robert Bouchet Sitka Spruce/Walnut guitar.
I shot this with my iPhone this afternoon, and after several takes I got what I was after.
Now, if I could only make time to practice on a regular basis, I might do this guitar justice.
It really is a fine guitar-good separation and evenness of notes, a wonderful singing voice - this is the kind of guitar that makes you want to practice on a daily basis.
This guitar received a wonderful reception from Alex Komodore, guitar professor at Metropolitan State University, Denver, Colorado; Warren Haskell, guitar educator and former director of the guitar program at California State University, Chico; and the members of the Boulder Guitar Society, Boulder, Colorado.
Here are some photographs of the guitar.
If you would like any information about this guitar, or others that you see in the side bar on the right side of my blog, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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