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(YouTube)   Sure, you like Mozart. But have you ever heard Mozart ... on a banjo?   (youtube.com) divider line
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MOZART ON BANJO GUITAR (Eine Kleine Nachtmusik/Serenade in G) - Luca Stricagnoli

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I had so much fun arranging Mozart´s masterpiece "Eine kleine Nachtmusik" (also named "Serenade in G") on something different than a usual acoustic guitar: a BANJO GUITAR.
I like the idea of playing classical music on an instrument which is typically used for other kinds of repertoire.
The cool, little violin bow you see in the video is called "Pickaso Guitar Bow", and it´s designed for regular acoustic guitars. To check out this product, visit this link: https://www.pickasobow.com/

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GUITARS BY:
Davide Serracini: http://www.serracini.it

RECORDED AND MIXED BY:
Proton Studio: http://protonstudio.de

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A random wall I have found around

STRINGS AND CAPOS BY:
D'Addario: https://www.daddario.com

GUITAR BOW BY:
Pickaso Guitar Bow: https://www.pickasobow.com/

RECORDED USING:
Lewitt Microphones: https://www.lewitt-audio.com/

#guitar #fingerstyle #acousticguitar


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