Archived request from the wiki:
- Wikipedia: Guitar#Renaissance_and_Baroque_guitars
- Family: Guitar
- Description: A guitar from the Renaissance era (14th-17th century), an ancestor of the modern classical guitar. The term is also used for modern instruments made in the same style. From WP: "Renaissance and Baroque guitars are easily distinguished because the Renaissance guitar is very plain and the Baroque guitar is very ornate, with ivory or wood inlays all over the neck and body, and a paper-cutout inverted "wedding cake" inside the hole."
- Appears on:
- Guitarra: The Guitar in Spain, played by Julian Bream on track 1