Ainsworth Spruce Guitar

Ainsworth Spruce Guitar

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Description

IN STOCK

 

This guitar has an immediately open and vibrant voice with strong and supported tone and an obviously colourful character. Projection and tone quality are great giving me a sense of strength and security from the start. Individual notes are firm and full with excellent definition and clarity across the strings.

As I played Prelude 999 by Bach this gave me loads of detail within the harmony helping to give the music shape and direction. The firmness and definition of sound also leads to plenty of contrast available lovely immediate response.

In Malvina by Mertz I could easily achieve a strong and vibrant tone to give me drama in the full chords in the introduction, clear and detailed texture for the arpeggio accompaniment and lovely fat and ‘dolce’ melody notes and basses when required. The fullness and breadth in the ‘body’ of sound are very important with this guitar. There is a definite richness filling out her voice that does not take over but gives great support and depth to the overall sound.

She has a wide variety of tone ‘colours’ already and great potential for contrasting dynamics encouraging musicality and experimentation – pushing the boundaries! Ciacona by Weiss needs this combination of full tone and clarity and I really enjoyed the majestic and rich character that I could get here, with clearly defined semiquaver passages and a focussed and distinct bass line, vital for the style of music. In fact the ‘switching between big, compelling sound and simple, effortless tone is easy on this guitar which is very exciting as you are playing!

She is a very responsive and direct guitar with quite a bright and vivacious personality. I quickly discovered a wonderful sonorous bass D tuning in some little Preludes by Tarrega that I am re-learning. These fantastic miniatures really highlight her richness and depth of character with clarity and brightness singing clearly above. The music is very exposed with relatively simple and slow melody and harmony that has to connect over long phrases.

This guitar supports the player beautifully with ample, rounded melodies and clear detailed harmonies. She gives delicacy and impact, drama and emotion, reliability and excitement.

She is, to sum up, great fun to play with plenty of variety, responsiveness and exuberance to keep you interested and looking for more. Basically a rich and full body of sound with firm and fruity basses supporting clear and rounded trebles and a vibrant side that gives brightness and colour and excitement.

Selina.

 

IN STOCK

 

This guitar has an immediately open and vibrant voice with strong and supported tone and an obviously colourful character. Projection and tone quality are great giving me a sense of strength and security from the start. Individual notes are firm and full with excellent definition and clarity across the strings.

As I played Prelude 999 by Bach this gave me loads of detail within the harmony helping to give the music shape and direction. The firmness and definition of sound also leads to plenty of contrast available lovely immediate response.

In Malvina by Mertz I could easily achieve a strong and vibrant tone to give me drama in the full chords in the introduction, clear and detailed texture for the arpeggio accompaniment and lovely fat and ‘dolce’ melody notes and basses when required. The fullness and breadth in the ‘body’ of sound are very important with this guitar. There is a definite richness filling out her voice that does not take over but gives great support and depth to the overall sound.

She has a wide variety of tone ‘colours’ already and great potential for contrasting dynamics encouraging musicality and experimentation – pushing the boundaries! Ciacona by Weiss needs this combination of full tone and clarity and I really enjoyed the majestic and rich character that I could get here, with clearly defined semiquaver passages and a focussed and distinct bass line, vital for the style of music. In fact the ‘switching between big, compelling sound and simple, effortless tone is easy on this guitar which is very exciting as you are playing!

She is a very responsive and direct guitar with quite a bright and vivacious personality. I quickly discovered a wonderful sonorous bass D tuning in some little Preludes by Tarrega that I am re-learning. These fantastic miniatures really highlight her richness and depth of character with clarity and brightness singing clearly above. The music is very exposed with relatively simple and slow melody and harmony that has to connect over long phrases.

This guitar supports the player beautifully with ample, rounded melodies and clear detailed harmonies. She gives delicacy and impact, drama and emotion, reliability and excitement.

She is, to sum up, great fun to play with plenty of variety, responsiveness and exuberance to keep you interested and looking for more. Basically a rich and full body of sound with firm and fruity basses supporting clear and rounded trebles and a vibrant side that gives brightness and colour and excitement.

Selina.

 

Specification

Design

Fan Strut.

Table.

Alpine Spruce.

Back and Sides.

2 piece back constructed from the finest Indian rosewood beautifully bookmatched as can be seen in the photographs.

Rosette.

Individually designed rosette.

Neck.

Mahogany

Machine Heads.

Schaller.

Finish.

Danish Oil front with French polish back and sides.

Case

Hiscox-Pro-II

Images

Guitar Currently in Stock

Dimensions

Scale Length

650mm

F/board Width

53mm

Upper Bout

280mm

Lower Bout

370mm

Body Depth

100mm