To me, the maniacal attention paid in the construction of the Trespass Audio designs translates directly into the fullness and roundness of the sound which then emerges live. Another key element is the timbral versatility: with a simple adjustment I can go from the most aggressive funk rock to the intimacy of an acoustic situation.
I am very happy with the collaboration with Trespass Audio.
After winning the Umbria Jazz a $120,000 scholarship for the prestigious Berklee College of Music in Boston he played with some of the best jazz musicians of New York city, starting a parallel musical career, both in US and Europe. Founding member of the instrumental trio SAVANA FUNK and solo artist.
Cristina Muti (Riccardo Muti)
The versatility of my Trespass Audio 210 FLEXY allows me to get presence and body with each of my instruments. The resulting sound is always balanced and punchy, on every string.
Behind becoming a pro session musician (bass and guitar) since a very young age, he has been teaching in the main music schools of the Veneto region and he has been the director of the ECO group – the orchestra of the “Due Palazzi” prison in Padua – for 7 straight years.
Peter Green (Fleetwood Mac)
Sarah Jane Morris
Freak Antoni (Skiantos)
Rudy Rotta band
Sugar Blue (Rolling Stones’ harmonica player)
Trespass Audio’s FLEXY collection cabinets embody everything I’ve been looking for over the years: a rich sound! By “rich” I mean full-bodied but at the same time defined, pleasant to listen to for both those who are playing – because they can easily recognize their own style in the loudspeakers’ outcome – and for the external listeners – who can clearly perceive the essence of what I want to express with my fingers. Another feature I really appreciate is the incredible sonic versatility I can get from my 210 FLEXY: from the most modern sounds to the warmer and more vintage ones, always reflecting my style and enhancing the timbre of my instruments.
Riccardo Di Vinci
Riccardo Di Vinci
After having trained at the “F. Venezze Conservatory” in Rovigo – graduating in classical double bass with Maestro Ubaldo Fioravanti and achieving the degree in Jazz and Afro-American Music at the jazz department directed by Maestro Marco Tamburini – he perfected himself by studying with Larry Grenadier. He embarked on a fruitful and prolific career as a session musician, collaborating with numerous artists and participating in numerous television programs for the national broadcaster RAI.
Marco Castoldi in arte Morgan