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何塞·拉米雷斯II世(José Simón Ramírez de Galarreta y Pernias)在他父亲的店肆里长大,不只师承其父亲,并且从叔父曼纽尔、恩里克·加西亚(Enrique García)和朱里安·戈梅兹(Julián Gómez)学艺。除建造吉他,他仍是吉他吹奏家,20岁时,他签约随一乐团到南美巡演。起头时父亲不赞成他外出,但他以2年巡演时候不长为由终究取得了父亲的赞成。但是,巡演延期,2年一晃变成了20年。在这时期乐团闭幕,拉米雷斯II世终究留在了布宜诺斯爱丽斯。在那边,他相逢了一名随家人从西班牙来阿根廷的女孩,俩人终成家属,生下2个孩子:小何塞(José)和阿尔弗雷德(Alfredo)。

1923年,他收到父亲的死讯,百口回到马德里。2年后,他接收位于Concepcion Jerónima的吉他作坊。在这里打工或作学徒的有Alfonso Benito、Antonio Gómez、Marcelo Barbero、Manuel Rodríguez。

拉米雷斯II世被公认为精采的制琴巨匠,1923年他参与了塞维利亚的博览会,取得金奖。1936年,因为西班牙内战,木料和原资料难以取得,并延续了很永劫候,障碍了吉他的建造。

José Simón Ramírez de Galarreta y Pernias was born in the year 1885. He grew up in his father's shop, and he not only learned the trade from his father, but from journeymen like his uncle Manuel, Enrique García, and Julián Gómez. Besides being a guitar-maker, he was a guitarist, and when he was 20 years old he was hired to go on a two year tour of South America.

He found it very difficult to convince his father to let him accept the contract, but finally he convinced him that two years was not such a long time. However, the tour was prolonged, and the two years turned into almost 20…The group he traveled with had been dissolved so José stayed in Buenos Aires. There he met the girl who later would become his wife, and who had traveled from Spain to Argentina with her family. They had two children, José and Alfredo.

In 1923, he received the news of his father's death, so he returned to Madrid with his family. Two years later he was in charge of the Ramirez workshop on Concepcion Jerónima. He was on the first floor of the store and was assisted by Jesus Martínez. While on the second floor workshop we could find Alfonso Benito and Antonio Gómez as journeymen with Marcelo Barbero, who was still an apprentice at the time. Manuel Rodríguez nicknamed " Marequi" was there applying varnish but not as guitar-maker, which his son Manuel Rodríguez would become later when he entered as an builders apprentice many years after the war.

José Ramírez II was a Maestro recognized for his work, and in 1923 he participated in the Ibero-American Exhibition of Seville where he obtained the Gold Medal. In 1936, due to the many problems that were brought on by the Spanish civil war, he had great difficulty in getting wood and materials for the construction of guitars. The situation lasted a long time; considerably hindering his work. That shortage was the main reason for his discussions with his son José when he became journeymen and began to do experiments.



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