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Geronimo Amezcua Reyes

In the background are posters of himself, his father & grandfather, all Luthiers
Mexican Mountain Meanderings

February 14th 2017
Due to recent current world (well, for that read USA) events of Jan 20th we suddenly we had an overwhelming desire to fly our flag whilst in Mexico There was only small issue with that, we didn’t have one and didn’t know where to get one. No problem, as a child of the Blue Peter era I know there is nothing you can’t make if you have a piece of cardboard and some sticky back plas ... read more
North America » Mexico » Michoacán » Pátzcuaro

Mexican Flag The site of advanced Amerindian civilizations, Mexico came under Spanish rule for three centuries before achieving independence early in the 19th century. A devaluation of the peso in late 1994 threw Mexico into economic turmoil, triggering the worst... ... read more
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7th December 2020

I met Geronimo Amezcua Reyes in the early 1960's. I drove to Paracho from San Francisco, Ca to purchase a guitar from his store, La Casa de las Guitars".
Does his business still exist? I would like to visit Parch again soon.
7th December 2020

Paracho
Hi. We were there three years ago. What a wonderful place.
18th February 2021

Geronimo Amescua Reyes
I met this gentleman in the 1960's. He owned a guitar store called La Casa De Las Guitarras". I am wondering if his family continued on with the business?
18th February 2021

Geromino
The family still had the store when we went about 4 years ago.

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