Walter Vogt was born in 1935 in Mühlen am Neckar, Germany, and died in 1990. To solve all kinds of intonation problems of guitars but also to use a variety of musical temperaments it is necessary to change the position of the frets. Walter Vogt developed a mechanism to move the frets on the fretboard which was later then reused by Herve R. Chouard and Tolgahan Cogulu. This guitar was built by Walter Vogt in 1984 and has no moveable frets. It has a spruce top, back and sides are made of Indian rosewood. This guitar is really good condition and has only a finish repair on the side. The tuners are made by Reischl. A hardshell case is included.
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