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    My latest 2012 violin in an informal playthrough by Nicholas Kitchen

    This piece was recorded in one take, with no reverb, or equalizer.  The violin was set up with Evah Pirazzi strings, by Pirastro.  This violin I modeled after the outline of the Guarneri del Gesú D'Egville, a unique Guarneri as the arching is rather flat and Stradivari like.

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    Well done Mr. Coppiardi,, well done!

    January 9, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterGreg Nettleton

    Mr. Coppiardi:

    I certainly enjoy the texture. I have the Biddulph book in hand for comparision.
    Wood choice mirrors del Gesus' choice. Wood of course is as individual as a
    fingerprint. The Chaccone is a favorite. Well done both of you.

    What's on my bench:

    January 9, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterTim Black

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