- From virtuoso jazz guitarist Ulf Wakenius! "Benedetto Rides Again!" http://t.co/SATUgpNWH0, 11 mins ago
- Bambino head stocks ready for their #Benedetto inlays. #benedettoguitars #jazz https://t.co/fcKnD5L4JG, 20 hours ago
- We are delighted to share this wonderful video documentary SESC TV in Brazil about our great friend and Benedetto... http://t.co/xQAGdY08Wf, 21 hours ago
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We love it when we get photos from our players, and this morning we received this GREAT shot of Benedetto Players Club member Roger Latzgo with his Manhattan.
“Accompanied by piano and guitar, Roger travels his musical road with a style called ethnofunkology–a unique blend of folk music and jazz. Stops along the way include Rutgers College and Lehigh University, Prague, and New York, all the while performing in palaces and embassies, castles, wine cellars and beer gardens. In his repertoire are songs of celebration, adventure and triumph: music that explores the resonance of life.”
If you play a Benedetto, and you haven’t joined the Players Club yet, you can do so HERE.
Headstock Crowd Shot: Benedetto player David Rattray sent us this lovely gig shot from the player’s perspective during a gig on River Tay in Scotland!
David plays a 7-string Bravo model.
GOOD NOTES Band: Benedetto Player Ronnie Rose and Bob Benedetto (both on Bravo jazz guitars with Carino-10 amps) and Bill Benedetto on trumpet perform at artsy Safety Harbor, Florida’s Whistle Stop Grill & Bar. GOOD VIBRATIONS!
Photo by Brian Ferrito July 21 2015
Today, Andreas Varady turns 18, and Benedetto wishes him the happiest of birthdays!
His talent far surpasses his years, and we are honored to have him as a Benedetto Player.
This Bravo model was special ordered to include a highly flamed back and sides, a beautiful abalone lotus flower on the headstock, and a custom floral motif on the tailpiece and finger rest.
It’s on its way to its new home in Chicago!
September 20th–27th, 2015
“The 2015 Savannah Jazz Festival, celebrating jazz as a living art form‑built on a constantly evolving tradition will offer all types of jazz, from Dixieland, traditional swing, straight‑ahead and bop to melodic standards, and funky down‑home gutbucket blues. The festival boasts the best in international, national, regional and local jazz talent. Sponsored by the City of Savannah, the Festival is free and open to the public. Food Vendors on Site.”