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TWO’S COMPANY

Carmelo Luggeri’s phonebook is full to bursting point with big-name artists that the guitarist has worked with over the years. Lars Mullen explores a guitar collection that has seen action with the likes of Paul Rodgers, Julian Lennon, Bill Wyman, Andy Williams, and most notably, former Elton John collaborator Kiki Dee…

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TWO’S COMPANY

Carmelo Luggeri’s phonebook is full to bursting point with big-name artists that the guitarist has worked with over the years. Lars Mullen explores a guitar collection that has seen action with the likes of Paul Rodgers, Julian Lennon, Bill Wyman, Andy Williams, and most notably, former Elton John collaborator Kiki Dee…

Carmelo’s old ES-335 has been a faithful servant for many years, and aside from the knobs, it’s pretty much all-original

Carmelo Luggeri’s guitar journey began when he was sitting on an Italian beach and heard Santana’s Samba Pa Ti – from that moment he knew that he wanted to be a guitar player, and set about it with some considerable gusto, eventually signing to Bill Wyman’s Ripple Productions as a writer and working with the former Stone on various projects, before going on to collaborate with the likes of Julian Lennon, Andy Williams, Paul Rodgers, Chris Rea and Ralph McTell.

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