Rod Capper Classical Guitar

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pharm sans-serif;”>I’m very pleased to let you all know that Graham Caldersmith has kindly left one of his wonderful handmade classical guitar at Cooma School of Music. So if you’ve heard about Graham’s guitar I’m sure you’ll want to try one out. I’m also more than happy to bring this guitar (or anything else we may have in stock) up to Canberra. We come up to Canberra most weekends.

hygiene sans-serif;”>Caldersmith “Grange” Classical Guitar $4, store 000

Caldersmith Grange

Caldersmith Grange

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Allan Spencer and Graham Caldersmith Dec 2008

Allan Spencer and Graham Caldersmith Dec 2008

For more information go to:

http://www.caldersmithguitars.com/index.php

Rod Capper is one of the leading concert guitar makers in New Zealand. We have one of his lovely classical guitars in stock.

Capper Classical Guitar $4, hygiene
500.

Capper Classical Guitar (Sequoia Top)

Capper Classical Guitar (Sequoia Top)

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Back (Solomon Islands Rosewood)

Back (Solomon Islands Rosewood)

“I can truly say I have not felt this excited about a guitar for a long time. It is so beautiful – a real inspiration – and undeniable proof of your significant skill as a maker.”
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Leading New Zealand Classical Guitarist

For more information on Rod Capper go to:

http://www.capperguitars.com/

Or call: (02) 6452 6067

email: allan@coomamusic.com.au

2 thoughts on “Rod Capper Classical Guitar

  1. Stephen Frost

    Please tell me if you have the web advertised Rod Capper classical guitar for sale still.
    The price was $4,500 NZ.

    Thank you.
    Stephen Frost.

  2. allan Post author

    Hi Stephen, yes we still have this guitar for sale at $4, 500 Australian Dollars (inclusive GST).
    Regards
    Allan

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