Here’s Adam Levin playing L’anima Sola, the third movement of Eduardo Morales-Caso’s guitar suite Il Sogno Delle Streghe. For this movement Adam plays a great 1987 Miguel Rodriguez spruce-top. You can check out the first two movements here and here.
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I’m wondering why the treble end doesn’t sing, as usual with a M. Rodriguez. Is it the particular composition or some repair? Just curious. Beautiful bass though.
Respectfully, those high-end trebles are singing quite nicely. Very nice sounding guitar. Well done Adam!
Quite interesting! Tom Blackshear, a well-known luthier, says: “I’m wondering why the treble end doesn’t sing…” And then somebody named Tim Atkinson says: “Respectfully, those high-end trebles are singing quite nicely.” So, what’s the truth?
I agree with Tom Blackshear. Maybe the guitar hasn’t been played regularly for some time. Amazing how differently people hear. One person says the high trebles don’t sing, another says that they do, and yet another appears to have no opinion!