Drew Henderson Plays Bach on 4 Different Guitars

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Grand Guitar SalonDrew Henderson performs the Allemande from Suite for lute in E minor BWV 996 by J.S. Bach (1685-1750) live at the Grand Guitar Salon over in Montreal, Québec, Canada. Here he’s using 4 different guitars from luthiers: Douglass Scott (Canada), Mathew Rubindall (U.S.A.), James White (U.S.A.), Otto Vowinkel (Amsterdam). If you’re looking for guitars the Canadian dollar is super low right now so buying Canadian is a great deal for US players so check out the Salon link above for tons of great guitars.

Drew is a fantastic Canadian guitarist and also a great music producer. Good to see my friend and fellow Vancouver Islander Douglass Scott in there. Doug’s guitars are amazing, super clear and refined with a excellent projection. You can also see another video of Tariq Harb playing Albeniz on 5 guitars on Grand Guitar Salon’s YouTube Channel.


Video Link: https://youtu.be/dl_ecHTl8Rg

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