martinardo wrote: ↑
Tue Nov 06, 2018 9:29 pm
Nice one, Jon. I like the resolution. And good dynamics and sound quality in the recording (as usual
Which guitar from your collection were you using ?
Thanks martinardo. I like the resolution too
For this recording I used my Masaru Kono No.7 - 1964, spruce top and Brazilian back and sides. Daddario Ej45 strings. I used two microphones (Line Audio CM3) - 50-70 cm distance from the guitar. The left one pointing at 12th fret and the right one pointing at the sound hole. I added some reverb afterwards with Valhalla VintageVerb and also removed a tiny bit of bass buildup with an equalizer (my room is quite small).
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1963 - José Ramirez (A.M, Antonio Martinez)
1964 - Masaru Kohno No.7 (Kono)
1989 - Antonio Marin Montero (Bouchet)
2016 - Pete Beer (Concert)
2017 - Tobias Braun (Santos Hernández, 1924)
Feel free to ask me anything about Japanese classical guitars.