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Diego Stocco meets luthier Julia de Lucca

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  • While I was in Italy for the live of "Music from a Tree", I had the fantastic opportunity to meet a very talented and respected luthier, Julia De Lucca.


    She liked the experimental nature of my Experibass and we discussed the idea of building an instrument together.
    I have the feeling that this might evolve into something beautifully creative :  )


    Here you can see some pictures of her laboratory and a short video:

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  •         Pictures
  •         This is a precious Grancino violin, currently under restoration.
  • Another great violin, a Fratelli Amati from Cremona.
  • Cello pegs and bridges.
  • The conquer of the bridge :  )
    Julia gave me some for my next experiments.
  • Me holding a Japanese Backsaw.
    I warned Julia that leaving me around in her shop with a saw might be very dangerous : D
  • Julia explains me something about a viola she was fixing.
    The amount and intricacy of details known by a luthier is incredibly fascinating.
  • Here I was checking out some cello, viola and violin fingerboards.
  • A rack full of brand new viola and violin bridges.
  • Julia fixing an antique bow.
  • More info about Julia's works can be found here: http://www.juliadelucca.it/