So this guitar fell into my hands and I've been playing it for a while, but I really don't know anything about it nor can I find any info on it, and I've been looking everywhere for some info... The guy I got it from told me it was made over 100 years ago in Argentina and didn't have much more info, but the price was right and it felt/sounds good, so I bought it for that. But the thing is, now I'm really fond of the guitar and would very much like to find out more, if I can, about who made it, when it was made...ect. It's a very solid feeling guitar and feels like it was built quite well. The neck was repaired at some point.


(I attached an album of pictures above, I can take more if it would help)
The weathered and doodled label in the body of the guitar, visible from the sound hole seems to say:
--Romero y Fernandez--
6RL.-CAP 150.000-

Any information or a direction to point me in, it would be super helpful and appreciated. THANK YOU!
I'm afraid I can't immediately find much about the guitar itself, safe a few advertisements for models built in 1922, so it's possibly quite old. However, I felt it necessary to at least post, and point out that I saw some odd lines across the back of the body on those pictures. If they are cracks, you may wish to have a look at it.
Wise Man Says: The guitar is obviously female, she's got hips, breasts... and a hole.
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