Castelluccia G4

G4, Nylon String Guitar from Castelluccia.

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patrice.goyaud's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Castelluccia G4
Classical guitar, study design, the G4 is rather positioned Giambatista input range study Castellucia JB, and yet it is already "better than well":
All solid wood, spruce European table, Indian Rosewood back & sides for, ebony fingerboard, maple neck to curve terribly sensual and aesthetic, all exudes quality, the set is decorated with a cellulose varnish which is made between the satin and gloss, the best effect!
craftsmanship, quality of construction is self-critical.


The handling is smooth, as expressed above, the curve of the handle, combined with a touch perfectly adjusted to the standard action gives an immediate feeling of comfort and ease for any style of play and position
Although respectable size, the instrument is rather light, which is a good sign, and the projection, sustain perfect for this price range.


This is where the magic happens: given the price: € 750, the sound is exceptional: a technique with sufficient, (the) guitar has an instrument allowing a wide range of nuances, timbre desired the issuance of a note is obtained without difficulty, and if it does not, however, the projection and the dynamics of a true concert guitar, the volume emitted is very respectable, and beyond what the one would expect from a guitar study. The highs are singing and suffisamments long as no excessive brightness on some Spanish guitars
And the deep bass without buzzing, the sound does not s'affiblit passage on the G string, and provides all round sound and sensitive, very balanced, ideal for a versatility.


I bought this instrument in a very "intuitive appeal" or favorite, by calling JB Castellucia and explained my needs: an instrument to give my wife singing the South American repertoire, accompanying so simple, but very subtle rhythm in the right hand as found in Latin music. It was therefore more of a guitar study together, throwing well, but without much sustain, nor too high or low frequencies.
JB Castellucia pointed me to this instrument he had in store, I ordered, received in less than 48 hours in Toulouse, and my wife is ecstatic to play this instrument.
Thank you Mr Castellucia, the production deserves to be known and recognized.