Thomas Viloteau Plays Caterete by Sergio Assad

Thomas Viloteau AssadFrench guitarist Thomas Viloteau plays Caterete, written by Sergio Assad on a guitar made by Bastien Burlot. Notice that this guitar has no soundhole…it frightens me. It’s like looking at a face with no eyes..or eye holes I guess. I believe the ‘soundhole’ in this case are two large portals on the sides. If you visit the luthier’s website you can see better pictures. Anyway, nice piece and great playing as usual from Viloteau. Also a great video even though it’s super simple. I like how they panned in with the artwork.


Video Link & Source: https://youtu.be/t4R8e7ePOBU

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