Is anyone familiar with Luthier Fernando Mazza?

ltcjwe
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Is anyone familiar with Luthier Fernando Mazza?

Post by ltcjwe » Sat Jun 17, 2017 4:29 pm

From Website: "Fernando builds his guitars with the Australian system (Smallman type – attice bracing), but much improved. He has been able to join the best of two worlds, power, stability and harmonic richness of the Australian system, and the essence of the sound of the Spanish guitar."

They are supposed to be easy to play and are very good looking imo. I just wondered if anyone owned one, played one or could provide comment on experience etc. Thanks in advance for any input.

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AndresGonzGonz
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Re: Is anyone familiar with Luthier Fernando Mazza?

Post by AndresGonzGonz » Mon Dec 24, 2018 4:57 am

Good evening, I own two guitars by Fernando Mazza, both made during his stay in Argentina (now he lives in Arezzo, Italy)
Both are excellent. It is light, with a lot of projection, as well as a great dynamic range.

Andres
Francisco Estrada Gómez 2010
Francisco Estrada Gómez 2016
Fernando Mazza 2008
Fernando Mazza 2009
Carlos Salmone 2011

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Re: Is anyone familiar with Luthier Fernando Mazza?

Post by stratlanta » Mon Dec 24, 2018 2:29 pm

I know Andrea Gonzalez Caballero plays one and she’s an exceptional player. I’ve considered one of them but haven’t had a chance to actually play one. Rich at Savage Guitar had two of them a while back and I’m sure he’d be happy to discuss them with you in relation to other guitars.
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