Benedetto Artist Chris Standring’s second installment video jazz guitar lesson all about melody and single note soloing. Also, don’t miss his new single “Like Paradise” coming to radio in a couple of weeks!
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COMING MONDAY, JUNE 4 on Episode 17: Don’t miss the exclusive interview with Howard Paul, the CEO of Benedetto Guitars, an accomplished jazz guitarist who still plays nearly 200 nights a year. Wow! You won’t get this anywhere else. Find out more at GuitarBusinessRadio.com.
A short clip of Benedetto Artist Roland Balogh practicing with his Bravo Deluxe.
This Memorial Day and every day, Benedetto honors the memory of service members and their families who have sacrificed to protect the freedom we enjoy. Photo and graphic by Cindy Benedetto
We think it’s reasonable to estimate that every 7-string jazz guitarist has aspired to own a Benedetto at some point. Here are two chances for instant gratification! The black Bravo Deluxe is detailed in Bob’s Boutique. If you would like details about owning this very custom 16-B please email Jackson. It was built in 2014… Read more »
Jack Wilkins and Bob Benedetto back at the East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania Benedetto shop in 1992.
This week was the 8th trip to DC as Benedetto Guitars joined the National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) in a quest to insure funding for public school music education! Thanks to colleges former Sec of Ed Richard Riley, former Deputy USec Leo Coco, Greg Deering, Chris Martin, Bernie Williams, Crystal Morris, Jason Gano, and… Read more »
If you’re in downtown Savannah, come check out our 50th Anniversary La Venezia model on display at Savannah’s newest and hottest luxury boutique hotel, Perry Lane!
This beautiful Bravo with a non-standard dark claret finish — a gorgeous dark red, similar to wine (which we love as you know) — is on its way to Tennessee! This model is tastefully detailed, rich and full–sounding thin–body that is easy to travel with, utilizing a lightweight laminated spruce top and flamed maple back… Read more »
It’s that time of year again! Howard has made his way back to Washington, D.C. (his eighth time!) to advocate for all children to have access to quality, comprehensive school music education programs. Howard joins nearly 100 music industry leaders and artists as part of a delegation of music education advocates during the National Association… Read more »