A few months ago George Sakellariou recorded this great Napoleon Coste etude on a 2004 Robert Ruck. George had just received a new guitar for himself from Ruck at the time, which he is using currently to record his new CD, and this 1998 cedar-top sounded perfect for a wonderful Coste etude, No. 20, Opus 38, which isn’t heard so often.

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7 Responses to “George Sakellariou -2004 Robert Ruck”

  1. Nikos Zervas says:

    Welldone George and GSI !

  2. Bravo! George just gave two concerts here in Fresno 2 weeks ago. Spectacular! Here is a link to concert highlights.

  3. Larry Wilburn says:

    Terrific sound! Was the sound altered by the recording technician (tone, volume, brightness, bass, etc.)? In the past there was an issue that the sound produced in the studio was not as rich as the final recorded product. I’m just curious-the sound of this guitar is exquisite.

  4. zara mekertin says:

    Looked up music playing it now love Ruck guitars he repaired one of my guitars years ago in Miami guitar still fine.

  5. Jason says:

    Great!! Life would be a lot less enjoyable, with no GSI

  6. Adrian Oats says:

    What’s not to love about this piece and the playing of it. It is simply lovely and I can’t get it out of my head. I’ve watched it innumerable times and nearly know it by heart. Oh, and the Ruck guitar is the perfect vehicle for it.


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