It is with real pleasure that we are going to describe the acoustic features of a violin made by Cremona violin maker Luca Pasquetto. Pasquetto got his diploma at International Violinmaking school in Cremona in 1981, under th guidance of violinmaker Vanna Zambelli. He specialised in Bissolotti's workshop for one year and in Romana D'Amico's workshop for two more years. He has acquired great experience, as he carries out the maintenance of the instruments of Vincenzo Bellini orchestra in Catania, together with the restoration of the Museum of Musical Instruments in Rome. He has been collaborating with Bissolotti's workshop since 1987. He arrived second in the Cello category at the Triennale competition in 1988; he also arrived third and seventh in the Violin category in 1994 and equal second in the Cello category in 1997. Pasquetto alternates violinmaking with restoration activity; he always uses an internal mould to make his instruments and his work is characterised by high precision. Thanks to the skill and availability of Daniela Sangalli, a violinist from Brescia, we carried out our 20th recording using the instrument made by the violinmaker from Casaletto Ceredano in June 2013. Pasquetto used spruce from the Dolomites for the front and maple from Bosnia with tight and middle veining. As it is common for the violinmaker, the varnish is oil-based and on this occasion it has a vivid amber colour. During the recording, which lasted 40 minutes, Daniela Sangalli played 2 pieces by Giovanni Battista Lulli and 2 pieces by Bach. The Adagio from Sonata No. 1 in G minor is, in our opinion, the ideal piece of music to highlight the extraordinary features of the violin. Ever since the very first notes, the instruments showed a peculiar character. We particularly liked its timbre, rich in harmonics and immediately recognizable. The warm and mature sound, together with power, dynamics and easiness to use, make this violin an excellent instrument.