Mario Beauregard

Goldaline: Bearclaw Sitka Top, Waterfall Bubinga Back and Sides, Ebony Fingerboard, Headstock Veneers, Bridge, Bone Nut and Saddle, Florentine Cut-Away, 14 Fret to Body, 1 3/4 Nut Width,  Abalone, Rosette, Magnetic Truss Rod Cover


The Ecstatic Guitar Theorem

Critical Tone Analysis

1. Chordal Response: fast, deep, reactive, thick swell, round, versatile chordal weight, fighter jet speed    5.0

2. Individual note decay as well as blended in a chord:     5.0

14 sec + ~ approx  sec as note ~  14 sec +  with vibrato

3. Basic volume and presence: LOUD, soft, classical, orchestral, powerful, grand piano control, profound presence, interactive volume with a ton of headroom, roaring, thunderous, thundering            5.0

4. Individual note separation and focus: clear, thick, crisp, very good note separation                 5.0

5.Systematic sustain: earth trembling sustain, rich defined overtone series, interactive sustain, delay, lingering sustain that is malleable          5.0

6. Quality of sound: lyrical tone with supernatural strength, exuberant, thick, atmospheric, vivacious, very dynamic, rich, rings like a bell, cuts like a knife, soft / classical-nylon, gritty, fundamental shovel, defined overtone series, very pleasing, shivering soundboard, incredible tap tone snap to whoof, luxuriant

7. Response compliance: fast, energetic, interactive response, perfect finger style balance,           5.0

8. Balance and quality of tone: balanced with a crisp acoustic note loaded in fundamental, very energetic, open, ppp to fff, an enthusiastic voice, vibrant, malleable tone, interactive,               5.0

9. Even strength and balance of each string: every string is evenly balanced and pronounced with a crisp acoustic focus, thick and heavy mids and trebles, trembling and enveloping bass loaded with fundamental,        5.0

10. Wolf tones : none to report

11. Tone projection: Vivacious interactive swell, LOUD to soft, volcanic, tsunami wave        5.0

12. A large dynamic range: smooth jazz to classical to avante garde to contemporory to flat pick to finger style to orchestral, solo, virtuoso, PROFESSIONAL dynamics, new sounds you have never heard, percussive snap to jazz chatting, musical weapon                 5.0

13. Tonal bloom: energetic bloom or slower warm bloom, interactive tonal control with even compliance    5.0

Quality Of Tone

Lyrical tone with almost supernatural strength, exuberant, dark, aggressive , rich, rings like a bell, cuts like a knife, soft , gritty, defined overtone series,  deep tap tone – snap to whoof, bright and warm, round bellowing deep voice.

The Listening Bar