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Since i was 20, the first thing that i did was bying a guitar where i had no idea how to play even how to tune the strings, so i started watching videos on Youtube then i knew that i have to tune the guitar first it was a big jump up for me to repeat playing songs by watching the tutorials, i started to play every day the same songs of RNB and POP music and then the spanish music was always sounds good for me so i jumped to spanish music but i got problem which i had an acoustic guitar which it's not a good idea for playing spanish music so i was looking what makes the spanish music sounds that great so i noticed that i have to buy a flamenco guitar to get that agressive sound of spanish music, i listened to the biggest flamenco musician, i was asking myself how they can play that well and i said in myself everything is possible and today i'am focusing on that style of music to do a better job.

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Member since:
Mar 24 2020
Active over 1 month ago
Level of commitment:
Just for Fun
Years playing music:
Gigs played:
Under 10
Tend to practice:
More than 3 times per week


Paco de Lucia, Vicente Amigo, Diego del Morao, Jose Merce , Camaron, Nino de Pura

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Rhythm Guitar:
Lead Guitar:
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