Danilo Bazzana is an Italian luthier based near Milan. His guitars are very precisely built, as always in the Italian lutherie tradition, and show great marquetry skills. This instrument has a first-grade spruce top, ornamented with a delicate rosette and dark purflings that produce a tasteful contrast. Danilo chose a 12-hole bridge for this guitar. Moreover, the bracing is quite traditional with a Hauser inspired pattern.
As usual with Danilo’s guitars, this is a gorgeous looking and sounding instrument. It is built with a remarkable Madagascar rosewood for back and sides, and a beautiful flamed cedar neck. The playability is absolutely great and this Bazzana has also plenty of sustain, accurate balance and ideal volume making it a perfect concert instrument. The clear crystalline tone gives an added projection to its sound and great definition in polyphony. All repertoires can be approached and mastered with this instrument.
|Back and sides:||Madagascar rosewood|
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