On the stage of Vintage Vault 2023

A veritable marathon of rare and valuable guitars, workshops and jam sessions. Below are the appointments not to be missed.

– It starts at 12 noon with Boosta, keyboardist and founder of Subsonica and one of the most active artists on the Italian scene. A surprise reserved by Accordo to his audience shortly after the release of the work “Post piano session” signed by Boosta. The talk titled “The path of sound between vintage and modernity” will try to explain how to recreate vintage sounds with modern technology, starting from the recording studio and arriving to live. A unique opportunity to meet and listen to Boosta.

– At 1 p.m. it will be Mattia Tedesco’s turn with “Vintage Sounds and Instruments Live & Studio.” In this part Mattia will tell how he brought his own “vintage sounds,” pedals to instruments, into the daily use of the professional musician’s life, live and studio, making possible even what might have seemed impossible, thanks also to Massimo Mantovani M-Tech Audio technicians. Tedesco needs no introduction: session man extraordinaire, with his beloved 1969 Stratocaster he has embellished with character the music of Vasco Rossi, Gianluca Grignani, Achille Lauro, Mina and a thousand others.

– Osvaldo Lo Iacono and his guitar will take the stage at 2 p.m. for “Beyond the Blues.” A journey to discover the language of “contaminated” blues. With his masterclass. Lo Iacono – who has played for Antonella Ruggiero, Mario Biondi, Billy Cobham, Fabrizio Bosso, Fabio Concato and many others – embraces the evolution of the blues in its history, from American “roots” to modern times, and will do so by playing some of the iconic instruments that will be on display at Vintage Vault. No one better to talk about the Blues than Osvaldo.

– From Blues to Rockabilly in the company of Don Diego Geraci & Band, on stage at 3 p.m. for “Travelling musician life.” Just back from a tour in the United States, Geraci will tell about his adventure in music with his formidable band, and he is determined to show how even an old Les Paul can become the perfect instrument for that Twang! he loves so much. Diego Geraci has been called an “Ambassador of Rockabilly Made in Italy” in the world and has also been nominated for “Best Rockabilly Band” at the Ameripolitan Awards in Austin.

– 5 p.m. Final Live Jam to test the instruments that are the undisputed stars of the event, those guitars that will blow the Vintage Vault audience away.