"IIf you ask a dozen different guitar players for their idea of the "ultimate" guitar, you'll probably get a dozen different answers. But there comes a point, when you've played and heard enough guitars that you finally realize that finding the best instrument for you has nothing to do with the almost endless array of features or gimmicks out there today. It's about the connection... the subtle, timeless feeling that happens when you've find a guitar that's just right for you."
"I often here people ask "who makes the best guitar today?" Here at VInetto Guitars, we think that the "best" guitar is the one that continually encourages and inspires you to explore the deepest levels of your musical ability, and gently leads you into discovering new, less encumbered and more coherent "pipelines" into that part of your artistic spirit that can only be expressed through music... and it does it with fluidity, facility and a great deal of auditory and tactile pleasure."
"I've always had a deep respect for real musicianship, and my own personal benchmark for my work is whether or not I'm creating guitars that can look, feel and sound just the way a lot of players I've always respected would want them to."
" When I set out to do my own model, I wanted a guitar that would be comfortable to anybody that picked one up- like an old friend... but different enough to still inspire new ideas in their playing. That's what ultimately led to the design of The Legato. I think of what "legato" means on a sheet of music- "smooth and connected ". It's about flow and continuity. That's what good playing should feel like.”
“We work as hard as we can to make sure that every guitar we build will live up to the highest expectations of the best players out there. We feel they should inspire the kind of playing that allows you to find and explore the tones you were always wanting to hear from your own hands... but couldn't quite find."
"Our goal for Vinetto Guitars is pretty simple. We want to put extremely well-made, great sounding instruments into the hands of good players, so they can find new ways to bring out their best playing. So far, they tell us it's working."
- Vince Cunetto