"It is either the very last ones, made in Holland and later labeled Alpha and Vega (Approx. 1980/1981).
Or it is made in Korea, as Egmond tried to reduce the cost in the late 70's by having some guitars made there.
My guess is that this is a…"
"I use standard tuning.
This is a sound sample, recorded with a Samson microphone, placed about half a meter in front of the sound hole.
This is a sound sample, recorded with the built-in pickup, connected to a Traynor TS-25 guitar amplifier, and…"
"Allen - I think I will go the easier way and make a flat back. The divergence from the original design may affect the sound to some extent, but probably very little. It will still have a marvelous sound.
"Antonio - Another brand, from back then, is the Egmond guitars from the Netherlands. It is the Egmonds I refer to when I say that most of my guitars have a zero fret.
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