Paracho Elite Guitars are made in the legendary mountain village of Paracho, high in the Sierra Madre Mountains of Mexico. Paracho artisans have been perfecting their craft for over 200 years. Many of the Luthiers are fourth and fifth generation musical instrument makers.
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- The Hidalgo has a thinner body that is in demand by today’s bajo sexto players. A six stage rosette contains three different binding styles along with a mosaic beadwork pattern. The natural cedar top is surrounded by a two tone, double-pattern binding paired with beautifully stained back & sides.
- When strummed, the satin finished, cedar build generates a full range of overtones that will fill an entire room. The hand carved rosewood fretboard & “whale tail” bridge complete this truly magnificent bajo sexto.