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 that work at the Paracho Elite shop
are fourth and fifth generation musical instrument makers. The Bajo Sexto is a 12 string guitar fused with a bass used in Mexican music,
primarily Norteño music of Northeastern Mexico and across the border in South Texas, known as "Tex-Mex", "Conjunto" or "Musica mexicana-tejana". Bajo Sextos are tuned from highest to lowest Bajo Sextos strings: E-A-D-G-C-F.