Sanz, Gaspar - Pavanas por la D - DO5

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Sanz, Gaspar - Pavanas por la D - DO5

Postby maxixe » Thu May 23, 2013 6:16 am

Thought I would start posting up some recordings I have done in the days gone by, starting with some Sanz!

These were done on a 1980 Ramirez 1A around 3:00am in a gorgeous Church up in the mountains of Upstate, NY.
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Re: Sanz, Gaspar - Pavanas por la D - DO5

Postby tateharmann » Mon Jun 24, 2013 2:04 pm

Hi maxixe,

Beautiful guitar and recording :) Would you be able to describe the recording setup in the church that you used? Type/number of mics, distance from guitar, software/editing...etc. Thanks!

Viva Sanz!
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Postby stanjun » Sun Aug 04, 2013 10:21 am

Nicely played maxixe, beautiful tone and perfomance :D

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Re: Sanz, Gaspar - Pavanas por la D - DO5

Postby kloeten » Mon Aug 05, 2013 3:01 pm

Well played Maxixe (great username by the way)!

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Re: Sanz, Gaspar - Pavanas por la D - DO5

Postby Lorette » Wed Nov 06, 2013 5:53 pm

:bravo: That is so beautiful, Maxixe. I have been wanting to learn this piece and have been putting it off. You are an inspiration for me. I am starting it today. Thank you.

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Re: Sanz, Gaspar - Pavanas por la D - DO5

Postby maxixe » Wed Feb 11, 2015 4:55 am

Thanks so much for the nice comments! I've been off the forum for a while and just got to see them!

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Re: Sanz, Gaspar - Pavanas por la D - DO5

Postby maxixe » Wed Feb 11, 2015 5:53 am

tateharmann wrote:Hi maxixe,

Beautiful guitar and recording :) Would you be able to describe the recording setup in the church that you used? Type/number of mics, distance from guitar, software/editing...etc. Thanks!

Viva Sanz!


I honestly cannot remember the software used, but it was all very simple. There were 2 microphones used - one about 4 feet from the guitar and one set in the back of the church to capture the actual sound of the guitar in the room. The two tracks were then blended together. No processed reverb was needed as the distant mic was used to control that.

I miss this guitar terribly. It was a 'hot rodded' 1a. I had a new thicker fretboard made to alleviate the Ramirez plane and then shaved the back of the neck to compensate. I also drilled in to make a 12 hole bridge and upgraded the tuners. I'd give most anything to get the guitar back. I sold it for pennies to help fund the buying of my Robin Moyes ... which is now sold as well. There is something about the sound of a properly set 664 Ramirez with Augustine Imperials that just tugs my heart strings!

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Re: Sanz, Gaspar - Pavanas por la D - DO5

Postby tateharmann » Mon Jul 06, 2015 4:28 pm

Thanks for sharing that info! I've never played a Ramirez guitar...ever. Seems strange as I've played tons of others...I'll have to see if I can get my hands on one :+)
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Re: Sanz, Gaspar - Pavanas por la D - DO5

Postby maxixe » Thu Jul 09, 2015 2:34 am

tateharmann wrote:Thanks for sharing that info! I've never played a Ramirez guitar...ever. Seems strange as I've played tons of others...I'll have to see if I can get my hands on one :+)


My pleasure! Occasionally you will find an older 1a or 2a for a good deal online!


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