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Robin Nolan plays a Michael Collins Guitars Swing 47′

September 29, 2012   |   0 Comments |  

 

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Here’s a short clip of Robin Nolan playing a Swing 47′ at Caravan Guitars in Chicago. He’s being accompanied by¬†Adrian Holovaty and they are doing Django’s Castle.

Also featured is Steve Kelly demonstrating the guitar.

More information at www.caravanguitars.com

 

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Michael Collins graduated from the Roberto Venn School of Luthiery in 1992. He built Harpsichords, and Fortepianos for the firm of Hubbard & Broekman Harpsichords in Boston for seven years, before resuming his love for guitar building. He began making reproductions of Selmer style instruments in 2002, and wrote a book describing that process which was published in 2006. He lives in Arizona, and is in the middle of creating a Selmer guitar building course for the Roberto Venn School of Luthiery.

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