I own two concert guitars: Brune and LoPrinzi Cedars. I also own an Esteve 1GR08 Cedar. I am a performing musician but do not play concerts but rather at weddings, wine festivals, restaurants, and clubs. I would never take my concert guitars to one of those venues since there is a high chance of accidental damage. Also, there is always some rocker in the crowd that wants to dazzle the crowd with his three chord repertoire in "C" . . . or "E" and just happens to carry a pick in his pocket for the impromptu occasion. (As an aside, there is NEVER an open mic opportunity at any of my gigs as they are a recipe for disaster and guaranteed "job killers.") I bought the Esteve as a "gig" guitar and have tweaked the bridge and nut for excellent playing and response. It is a very nice guitar with a very good sound for its cost but I would not be crestfallen if something happened as I would on my concert guitars. However, if I were playing a true concert gig, I would play my other guitars depending on my chosen repertoire. I hope this helps. Playing again . . . Rognvald P.S. Your spruce is a very beautiful guitar. Congrats!
"And those who were seen dancing were thought to be insane by those who could not hear the music." Friedrich Nietzsche, Thus Spake Zarathustra