rpavich wrote: ↑Wed Mar 14, 2018 12:41 pm
It is a beautiful, fascinating and true story. I´m happy to help you taking this decision about to get a guitar Antonio Picado Mod. 60
I wish you a lot of happiness and health with your new guitar.
With my best thoughts and wishes
P.S. For those people who do not know Antonio Picado Guitar Mod. 60, modestly I interpret them “Cala Trons”
one of my humble compositions.
True. It will be a great thing to hear when the Concierto's spruce top does finally begin to open up because it is a higher model than the M-60. I feel that Maestro Eliseo will be wonderfully pleased with the sound when it does.Mr.Rain wrote: ↑Tue May 08, 2018 3:29 pm
Definitively your model 60 sounds way thicker and fuller than your concierto (maybe it is due to the microphone)
Angel from Picado told me that some Spruce top guitars need a longer period of time to develop (while other spruce tops sound really good when new, on the other hand cedar tops sound full from the start)
Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful! Thank you so much for providing us with the insights of the meal you shared with Mr. Picado and how he related to you "the magical and mysterious world about the making of guitars"! You are correct in saying that it was an enjoyable experience. Such are the experiences - and individuals - that enrich our lives and make it much more worthwhile.eliseo wrote: ↑Wed May 16, 2018 1:53 pmYes, Segobreawill, it will be a great pleasure for me when my Picado "Concierto", spruce top, has been opened, thus achieving a better sound.
Regarding the subject of the different or same models, I would like to explain a small but important anecdote. I can not specify exactly the date but I think it was between 2004-2005. After one of my visits to the Picado company in Berga, Mr. Picado and I went to a restaurant in that city to enjoy a good meal. And I say enjoy, because Mr. Picado explained many important stories about the magical and mysterious world about the making of guitars. For me the one that surprised me the most was when he told me: "how can it be that using the same systems, the same hands, the same woods, etc ... two guitars of the same model never sound the same" !!. And then he told me: "this shows that each guitar is a different world, the guitar is built and then it is born"!
I would like to explain, especially to those who do not know Jacek, that dedicating one of my compositions to this great Professor is a great honor for me!
Thank you for your attention!
Best regards from Lloret de Mar, Spain