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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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