Yes, dark in the bass but generally bright in the treble, I think, perhaps due to the 9-fan+slanted harmonic bar bracing pattern and the resulting high resonance mode of the top.RobMacKillop wrote:Hmm...I'm not sure I would describe it as bright. Could we say both bright and dark at the same time??
I once put gut strings on my 1988 Ricrado Sanchis 2A, a cedar-top, and it sounded very poor, and much better with nylon. So, I was wondering if gut and cedar were not a good match. However, this Jose Antonio Fleta disproves that. As soon as I put them on, I knew it was an improvement over the three different sets of nylon strings I'd been trying out. The basses are still Savarez Corum.
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