- acoustic guitars
- classical guitars
Teodoro Pérez was born in 1952 in Soria, Spain. After finishing his studies in Madrid in 1966 he started as a student in José Ramirez III’s workshop, where he learned to make lutes, bandurias and mandolins. Three years later, José Ramirez III decided to send him to another workshop in General Margallo Street in Madrid where he started his apprenticeship as a guitar maker with the master luthiers who worked there during the 1960s and 1970s.The guitars he made for Ramirez are stamped with the initials GPM or the number 13. While working for Ramirez he met many of the masters of the classical and flamenco guitar including: Andrés Segovia, and Narciso Yepes. His time with Ramirez came to an end in 1991 when he set up his own company focused on the artisanal construction of classic and Flamenco guitars. Since then he has taught many apprentices and is now joined in the business by his children Sergio, Beatriz and his son-in-law Marco A. Tejeda.