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Luca

Luca Stricagnoli/Candyrat Records

Adorable Italian guitarist Luca Stricagnoli is a born multi-tasker. It’s not enough that he plays acoustic guitar like an angel. Nope. Stricagnoli prefers to play between two and five guitars at the same time!

The sound he gets out of his custom-built triple-necked guitar/bass is phenomenally full. It’s hard to believe he’s playing one (triple) instrument! When Stricagnoli plays multiple guitars at the same time in concert, the sound he produces is every bit as lush as that from his tricked-out triple.

“Every so often, a musician emerges who, in terms of depth of expression, advances a style so much that the way we listen changes forever. Italian guitarist Luca Stricagnoli embodies such a shift. He employs right-hand fretting, altered tunings, and partial capos in the spirit of Preston Reed and Kaki King, yet, like Trucks, he’s playing at a higher level.” -Minor 7th

You can follow the phenomenal Stricagnoli on his website, Facebook, Instagram, and on Candyrat Records’ YouTube channel.

Author: Donna from MyOBT

I have committed to spending part of every day looking for at least one beautiful thing, and sharing what I find with you lovelies!

12 thoughts on “Feels Good

  1. Nice assortment of his work, from energetic to soothing. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. Boy…He is good. Much talent.

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  3. Amazing!! Have shared to FB music group I belong to! Thanks! ❤

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  4. I saved watching the videos until my kids could watch with me. We loved the covers of each song, the fact they were recognisable but in a totally different style. That guitar playing is monumentally impressive. I cannot even begin to imagine how one keeps track of what strings to pluck on what instrument at what time.

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  5. I love all the Candyrats guitarists. Cutting edge.

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