Italian Luthier CG

Construction and repair of Classical Guitar and related instruments
madrilla
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Re: Italian Luthier CG

Post by madrilla » Tue Mar 05, 2019 3:40 pm

Comparative Test on 27 italian luthier made guitars by Adriano Del Sal

Roma Expo Guitars 2018



Enrico Bottelli 1:00
Fabio Zontini 3:35
Roberto de Miranda 6:05
Stefano Brescini 8:43
Silvia Zanchi 11:06
Lucio Antonio Carbone 13:44
Matteo Vaghi 16:05
Paolo Coriani 18:17
Rinaldo Vacca 20:40
Michele della Giustina 23:03
Andrea Tacchi 25:31
Leonardo de Gregorio 27:58
Davide Serracini 30:25
Toni de Stefano 33:22
Lorenzo Frignani 35:55
Ennio Giovanetti 38:20
Roberto Pozzi 40:43
Giacomo Guadagna 43:16
Mario Pistella 46:05
Eugenio Ligato 48:38
Camillo Perrella 51:07
Lorenzo Lippi 53:31
Mirko Migliorini 56:05
Luigi Locatto 58:35
Alessandro Marseglia 1:01:10
Gabriele Lodi 1:03:37
Marco Maguolo 1:06:28

Carey
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Re: Italian Luthier CG

Post by Carey » Wed Mar 06, 2019 6:24 pm

Thanks for that. I haven't listened to all the guitars, but I sure did like the Locatto.
Adriano Del Sal plays beautifully.

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rinneby
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Re: Italian Luthier CG

Post by rinneby » Thu Mar 07, 2019 6:06 am

I can highly recommend visiting Lorenzo Frignani (Vicolo Forni, 7, 41121 Modena MO).

/Jon
Feel free to ask me anything about Japanese classical guitars.

Guero
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Re: Italian Luthier CG

Post by Guero » Thu Mar 07, 2019 11:28 pm

I liked the Zanchi (love its look as well!) , Coriani, Pozzi, Perella, Migliorini, Lodi and Maguelo.
Maybe the Migliorini best.
On the whole I 'd sa ythey all sounded pretty similar. Like, ummm, classical guitars :)
There was not one single guitar that I didn't like soundwise.
But I've never been too much a sound fetishist anyway.

What I've noticed is that only 10 guitars had a 20th fret. (yes, I have counted them)
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Jack Douglas
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Re: Italian Luthier CG

Post by Jack Douglas » Fri Mar 08, 2019 1:20 am

bobsz wrote:
Thu Jan 26, 2012 3:05 pm
Hello all, thanks so much for your replies. I made the trip already. But failed to have time to visit any luthier. I agree that to personally visit a luthier is the best thing to do before placing an order. And to visit the luthier is not just see his guitar, this is also for sure.
I’m sorry you missed a wonderful opportunity. I believe you would have been welcomed graciously and would have some special memories and perhaps a new friend!
Richard Brune 'Artist' Cedar/Brazilian 1996

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