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ever hear of a 'Roderich Paesold' Guitar?

olddude 31 Jan 10 - 01:22 PM
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Subject: ever hear of a RODERICH PAESOLD Guitar?
From: olddude
Date: 31 Jan 10 - 01:22 PM

anyone ever heard of this guitar its a F-150 made in Holland, looks great from the 70's a 12 string rosewood ... lady wants 200 bucks for it

Dan


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Subject: RE: ever hear of a RODERICH PAESOLD Guitar?
From: GUEST,Johnmc
Date: 31 Jan 10 - 05:08 PM

This company has been producing violins lately.


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Subject: RE: ever hear of a RODERICH PAESOLD Guitar?
From: GUEST,Guest, Matt
Date: 31 Jan 10 - 10:16 PM

I've played Paesold basses, and they're quite good. I would imagine that their guitars would be of comparable quality.


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Subject: RE: ever hear of a RODERICH PAESOLD Guitar?
From: olddude
Date: 01 Feb 10 - 10:11 AM

Thanks folks, I appreciate the info. could not find a thing on the web except there is little info and most that were found were quite damaged. This one is perfect, rosewood back, mahogany sides ... spruce top and ebony finger board .. think I may make an investment even though I can't really play a 12 string well at all anymore from my messed up fingers ... I gave my 1967 Martin 12 string to my brother. Kinda like the sound of of this and if I only use it for 1 or two songs at a gig it maybe worth it


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Subject: RE: ever hear of a RODERICH PAESOLD Guitar?
From: PoppaGator
Date: 01 Feb 10 - 01:48 PM

I've never heard of a guitar having different tonewoods for the back vs the sides...interesting. Not saying it never happens, just that I've been unaware.

If it sounds good enough, and plays easily enough (i.e., good straight neck, etc.) the price seems quite reasonable.


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Subject: RE: ever hear of a RODERICH PAESOLD Guitar?
From: lompocan
Date: 01 Feb 10 - 01:54 PM

Roderick Paesold Information

This has an interesting bit of history and some responses from owners of the guitars.


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Subject: RE: ever hear of a RODERICH PAESOLD Guitar?
From: olddude
Date: 01 Feb 10 - 04:35 PM

You are right Poppagator, it is all rosewood ... looked like mahogany on the sides to me but looking inside it is rosewood


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Subject: RE: ever hear of a RODERICH PAESOLD Guitar?
From: olddude
Date: 01 Feb 10 - 05:25 PM

master luthier friend of mine said No, it needs expensive work from some prior repair .. so easy come easy go


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Subject: RE: ever hear of a RODERICH PAESOLD Guitar?
From: GUEST
Date: 29 Sep 10 - 04:46 PM


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Subject: RE: ever hear of a RODERICH PAESOLD Guitar?
From: GUEST
Date: 19 Jun 11 - 08:48 PM

I have a Roderich Paesold guitar I bought in a pawn shop in the mid 80's in Calgary AB, its in pretty good condition and the sound is good. Someone played it for many years before I got it back, someone broke it, it was taken to a professional guitar repair person and it works wonderfully. Its nice to see on the web that its made of rosewood. Its quite lovely and the sound is not bad at all for something that has mostly collected dust in my bedroom for 30 years!


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Subject: RE: ever hear of a RODERICH PAESOLD Guitar?
From: GUEST
Date: 01 Jun 13 - 09:58 PM

Hi i own a R. paesold p165 six string! about 30 yaers ago I got it from a friend who didnt know playing guitar and because i played some piano in a band he give it to me !thank you Martin my friend!!she was my first guitar and because i also sing, it was a better instrument for me to acompangenment and thats the reason i still play guitar and even with some expensive guitars ,i love to play this oldie! with fine strings she's a very good guitar and every year on my holiday she the one i take with me.there is a crack in the finnish and it's about :1mm thick (the finnish)what is verry thick,but sounds graet!! the guitars were made as an answer to Martin guitars in the 70tees by the dutch factory Egmont who built several brands in that period for the Boosey-Hawkes group but it is a very good build guitar!has noting to do with hofner!! not fancy but a quality guitar!!!!its a P165 model with serial nr an two different qualitty stamps on it quality 3 and 5 for the neck and buddy it was made aproxy 1974 i guess. to me she is very valueble guitar.Alex..........


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Subject: RE: ever hear of a 'Roderich Paesold' Guitar?
From: GUEST
Date: 02 Jun 13 - 07:46 PM

Found on the www


'I wanted to post an email response I received from the "string instrument specialist" at the Roderich Paesold company:

thank you very much for your kind inquiry but sorry, no we can't answer your questions, strange enough, hmmm? We did never make guitars, we had always been a company for bows and stringed instruments only. I'll give you view into the history and you'll understand why there are vintage guitars by Roderich Paesold and why we can't come up with answers:

In the late 1960's Roderich - the founder - retired and sold his company to the clarinet company Wenzel Schreiber & Sons in Nauheim. Later Schreiber (together with Roderich Paesold) was integrated in the Boosey&Hawkes (B&H) group (the other companies were Keilwerth, Buffet Crampon, Besson, Rico, Winter and (only from 1993 on) Hofner). A world wide group-own network of international distribution companies was installed.

There was a high demand for guitars in the 70's and 80's but B&H didn't have a own guitar manufacturing company yet. But the group management of B&H wanted to join the guitar boom: Dutch made guitars (actually manufactured by Egmont, this company is not existent any more) were bought in with Paesold labels and sold mainly by the British and USA distribution companies. We here in Germany initially even didn't know anything about that.

Now you'll understand that we don't have any technical files, no brochures, no catalogues, no pricelists, just nothing. We only gave - for a certain period - our name because we were the only company in the group that was related to strings, all others were related to brass- and woodwind.'


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Subject: RE: ever hear of a 'Roderich Paesold' Guitar?
From: GUEST,ironernie
Date: 27 Apr 14 - 08:27 PM

I have a 1973 Roderich Paesold p100 I bought in 1988 from a friends brother I still play it everyday. It is a tough guitar been with me in my army days, has had some damage but fixed it myself. put schaler tuners and a late 60's dearmond soundhole pickup wired a tone and input mounted on guitar. still sounds great. This my everyday player the 1st guitar I would rescue if my house was burning.


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Subject: RE: ever hear of a 'Roderich Paesold' Guitar?
From: GUEST
Date: 15 Jul 14 - 10:05 PM

I have a P100 that I learned on. It's value is sentimental and I've had it for over 30 years. The sound is quite good. It's neck was broken and fixed because I actually love it and couldn't part with it...and the music I make on it. I have very small hands and it was a perfect fit for me. It was made in Holland and it was new somewhere between 1973-1975 and the company wasn't making them anymore was what I was told.


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Subject: RE: ever hear of a 'Roderich Paesold' Guitar?
From: GUEST,Gila
Date: 14 Aug 14 - 12:52 PM

Hi!
I've got an Roderich Paesold p060 :)
Anyone who knows anything about it and what it's worth?
Here in Sweden no one knows and can't help me coz they've never heard about it.

thanx :)


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Subject: RE: ever hear of a 'Roderich Paesold' Guitar?
From: GUEST,young buck
Date: 14 Aug 14 - 05:25 PM

Well, from that detailed information I'd say it's worth somewhere between £1 and £500.


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Subject: RE: ever hear of a 'Roderich Paesold' Guitar?
From: GUEST
Date: 15 Aug 14 - 02:41 PM

Ok thanks for the answere.
it's not in mint condition, but it's in very good shape and have a fantastic sound.
it got some scratches and marks but nothing that effects the sound of it.


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