...Again -as in TTWY- a change of "mood", from the electric one on Take 1, to the "acoustic" (=including Ringo "Latín" feel) on Take 2...
What about TTWY Spanish guitar??
Well. There is no photographic evidence so far, and according to Voormann own words:«In the later part of 1963, Klaus traveled to London and visited his friends, The Beatles. It was during this time that he gave George the Ramírez Classical. Voormann remembers, "When I came back to London, George saw me play the guitar and I played him some classical pieces and he was knocked out the way I was playing the guitar. Then he was using it a lot in the studio for A Hard Day's Night and in the filming he was using it as well"»
But we have this quote from Ivor Mairants, My Fifty Fretting Years
, Newcastle, Ashley Mark, 1980, pp. 102-103:«It [Ivor Mairants Music Centre, at the Oxford Street end of Rathbone Place, London] opened on 1 September 1962... The Beatles and The Shadows were then very strong and both Paul McCartney and Hank Marvin bought Ramírez flamenco guitars quite independently of one another to add an additional effect to their groups