Scott Wolf stopped by again last week to play a bunch of the cool guitars that had just come in, including a 2000 Blochinger, a 1930 Santos Hernandez. He was working on Koshkin’s ‘Usher Waltz,’ so we recorded that on all the guitars. It’s a cool piece, and since it has a huge dynamic range the beginning of the piece may seem a little quiet – the alternative was to over-compress the piece, so I chose to leave the quiet parts quiet (call me old-fashioned).

We also recorded the piece on 2 Rodriguez ‘Centenarios,’ one spruce and one cedar, so look for those next week.

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2 Responses to “Scott Wolf – Usher Waltz”

  1. I really like the Santos!

  2. Lawrence Tendler says:

    The santos sounds great for an eighty year-old guitar.


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