I have recommended the C-Big Beat for Valter Vincenti new EKO endorsement, which will play during the 2016 tour of Alborosie. To be mounted on the eko “Aqua” model.
Today, a day to find the “voice” of Valter Vincenti. We found something at the end! Our relationship is consolidated, after having met us in the laboratory for a simple maintenance, a musical collaboration is tightened.
In the meanwhile we are thinking about the now ready C-MOP lp vintage series ’70 guitar, for Alborosie 2017 tour. Valter definetely likes italian guitars.
I want to remind myself that the endorsers are very useful to makers, not so much for the commercial promotion of the product (through clinic or video), but more than anything else to understand the timbric tastes of the period and to test the instruments.
The exasperated marketing of the products, through a musician who often does not even know the subject well or who in any case does not really feel a feeling with what he is playing, has always turned out to be sterile. Another thing is the test of a musician who knows the instrument, has played it, brought it in the tuor. It is possible to listen to Valter in Cesarini Jam Session 4.2, where he plays with C-Big Beat, Cesarini Pickups.
Valter on Cesarini Custom Shop during is trial test with C-Big Beat, Cesarini pickups.
Valter Vincenti is an Italian musician.
Coming from Amelia, province of Terni, Valter Vincenti is currently involved in the world tour of Alborosie, reggae stars of international caliber with whom he collaborates steadily both in the studio and on tour. He previously collaborated with the well-known South American producer Armando Avila and especially with the Cosmos studio in Mexico City.
He produced and played the song “Como says el dicho”, the acronym of the homonymous fiction produced by televisa mexico and currently in programming in the television circuits of north central and south america. The song is sung by Marco di Mauro, a well-established artist in all of South America, of which he is an artistic producer and arranger and with whom he won the gold and platinum record with the first album Nada de Nada.
Among his experiences, the orchestral conducting of the 51st edition of the Sanremo Festival with the duo Principe e Socio M (4th classified) of which he was also artistic producer and arranger, the artistic production of the piece L’Emmanuel anthem of the World Youth Day 2000 and Jubilee where he also conducted the orchestra and played worldwide by St. Peter’s Square in the presence of His Holiness John Paul II and participations in the tours of Gatto Panceri in New York and Connecticut, Marco di Mauro in Mexico and Spain, Paola Turci in Germany, Hope Music School in Spain, Generic Danger in Poland, Ricky Portera in Albania, festival of Italian song in Switzerland.
In Italy he took part in numerous tours with established artists such as: MOGOL, MARIO LAVEZZI, GIANNI BELLA, LOREDANA BERTE ‘, GATTO PANCERI, PAOLA TURCI, JALISSE, MARCELLA, GIANLUCA GUIDI, SABINA STILO, GIULIO GOLIA (THE IENE).
He has played and arranged many records by Italian artists such as Ornella Vanoni, Gatto Panceri, Mogol, Mario Lavezzi, Victoria Silvstedt, Ricky Gianco, Giorgio Faletti, Federica Camba, Amalia Grè, Principe and Associate M.
He has participated in live sessions in studio and television with Giulio Golia, Gianluca Grignani, Oscar Prudente, Detto Mariano, Stelvio Cipriani, Riccardo Fogli, Stefano Zarfati, Bobby Solo, Luca Jurman, Luisa Corna, Memo Remigi, Renzo Rubino, Lusi, Veronica De Simone and others