Gypsy jazz guitar smallmouth.
Lutherie really impeccable, the choice of wood finish varnish.
Selected spruce top AAA
Back and sides such as three-ply veneer Selmer, poplar, maple and rosewood Pao Ferro beautiful.
2 parts walnut neck with ebony reinforcement, along with mechanical head pierced carved by hand with a beautiful precision.
Ebony fingerboard with jumbo frets, rosewood bridge and mustaches.
Nets walnut case.
Very fine polish that leaves the table vibrate well.
Handle is very comfortable with a U-shaped curve in the tradition of Selmer but more refined, the button is flat. The set does not confer any special effort in his left hand and creates no practice. The frets slide under the fingers, which is very pleasant.
Access to the treble is very good, one arrives at the 19th fret without contortion particular, the cutaway is well worked.
The guitar is light, which makes its comfortable fit and the wood vibrate well.
Good original setting of the bridge.
Big sound gypsy!
It really hums to the pump, it is accurate and dynamic for the chorus.
Perfect balance of all registers, and power projection can be heard in a quartet with no problems.
Beautiful well rounded bass, midrange nasal typical style, singing treble.
Nothing to say, it's perfect.
It's been six years since this guitar with me and she came across many others, including very famous. Well it has nothing to envy anyone, far from it.
Talking to a comparison, this guitar is the equivalent of the best Dupont MC50 (and I mean the best, because some do not take the distance).
Value for money impeccable.