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Reinhardt  
23 Sep 2009 05:26 | Quote
Joined: 22 Sep 2009
South Africa
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Hi guys,
This will be my first post glad to be here.
I play the same style as Rodrigo y Gabriela, two crazy mexican due's
Here is a video of me playing hope you enjoy it.




TheEbida  
23 Sep 2009 05:41 | Quote
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WOW!.... that was sick... very nice.
Reinhardt  
23 Sep 2009 06:59 | Quote
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Thanks man, much appreciated!
JazzMaverick  
23 Sep 2009 07:33 | Quote
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Awesome! :D I love it and am very pleased to see you joining the forums! How long have you been playing?

Edit: tiny mistakes with the timing which can easily be improved on but overall great work.
Reinhardt  
23 Sep 2009 07:59 | Quote
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South Africa
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Cool glad you liked it! Ive been playing for about 2 years now. Ever since i saw these two play I just needed to do the same :-P Cant sing though but hopefully my guitar will do the singing ^_^
vincejonesiii  
23 Sep 2009 09:41 | Quote
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so rien when you gonna get a pic ?
Reinhardt  
23 Sep 2009 09:51 | Quote
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Got it :-)
carlsnow  
23 Sep 2009 11:57 | Quote
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good stuff .. keep it up!!!
BodomBeachTerror  
23 Sep 2009 12:17 | Quote
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that was pretty rad dude, does doing that take alot of energy?
nater2  
23 Sep 2009 16:19 | Quote
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nice
vincejonesiii  
23 Sep 2009 16:40 | Quote
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*jaw drop* a ma zing duude
Phip  
23 Sep 2009 16:54 | Quote
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Yeah, I liked that alot! Your right hand is moving so fast i can't figure how you are pulling those melody notes out of the strum. I'm impressed!
Phip
Reinhardt  
23 Sep 2009 18:56 | Quote
Joined: 22 Sep 2009
South Africa
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Thx for all the inspiring replies guys! Much appreciated!
In reply to "BodomBeachTerror" when i play 3 hour gigs it usualy gets to me :/
RA  
23 Sep 2009 20:16 | Quote
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damn don't you just love flamenco. my only opinion is maybe you could add something to the first break to "throw it over a bit more" with out the melody/solo guitarist i feel it's a bit out. Good track

also side topic(it seems to always happen) I've always thought a Hurdy Gurdy would go great with Spanish guitar flamenco but it never leaves it's buddy the fiddle.

also thanks for the post i didn't know they came out with a new album. where is Emp? he would like this
AlexB  
23 Sep 2009 21:34 | Quote
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Awesome Indeed!! 5 stars!
patleh  
23 Sep 2009 22:07 | Quote
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Very nice loved the intro!
J05H  
23 Sep 2009 22:16 | Quote
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effin awsum dood
Schecter_player  
23 Sep 2009 23:05 | Quote
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Gotta say, i'm impressed. thats sweet.
Reinhardt  
24 Sep 2009 13:41 | Quote
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Thx a million for the feedback!
Empirism  
24 Sep 2009 13:51 | Quote
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Glad to have you here, soz for the late reply and warm welcome to the site. Enjoy your stay :)

Your playing is brilliant. Very danceable and huge load of positive energy. Just love to see where your skill is goin to. Keep it up.

Cheers!
Empirism
Reinhardt  
24 Sep 2009 15:17 | Quote
Joined: 22 Sep 2009
South Africa
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Empirism says:
Copy and Paste quote here!


Thanks for having me :)
Played a gig tonight and it was a good success.
Learning new things everyday after work, just wished i had more time on my hands. Any advice to help me improve would be much appreciated! thanks!
RA  
25 Sep 2009 00:31 | Quote
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well Rodrigo y Gabriela is a more "modern" flamenco with other interest. Maybe you could look into more traditional Flamenco and getting your Rasgueados, finger taps, playing single note with fingers instead of thumb/pick(paco de lucia). to help developed your technique.

look into the past to see the future, so to speak.
Reinhardt  
25 Sep 2009 00:49 | Quote
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South Africa
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RA says:
well Rodrigo y Gabriela is a more "modern" flamenco with other interest. Maybe you could look into more traditional Flamenco and getting your Rasgueados, finger taps, playing single note with fingers instead of thumb/pick(paco de lucia). to help developed your technique.

look into the past to see the future, so to speak.


Sorry my friend but Rodrigo y Gabriela does not play any Flamenco and they specifically state that. They play a mix of Metal, Jazz and abit of spanish flavour stuff. Im not much into finger picking and lead yet but im looking to go that route soon. Well mix lead with crazy rhythm might be fun.
RA  
25 Sep 2009 01:15 | Quote
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yeah i know that is why i put in "Modern" and "with other" they never completely denied the influence though as far i know. they have Paco de lucia as an influence(don't we all). and i always respect the artist wishes and i do, but in my defense it seems to be a more "captain Beefheart" thing(to me) where they deny/play down there influence to stop labels from holding them back and to give a more freedom of expression. The captain to this day(if he still played music) would tell you he ain't never heard a blues song and if anything they stole it from him. That being said they are in no way just flamenco.

but look at the above song for instances. it is based off of a "Andalusian cadence"(i-VII-VI-V, subbing the VII for a iv) with E harmonic minor as the key and scale. the flamenco is hard to completely put aside. My only opinion was "maybe" look into traditional(not to compare as opposite of my use of "modern" paco de lucia is modern his early stuff[in his 20s] was traditional) flamenco to help you with your technique not to replace any thing. Hence "look into the past to see the future, so to speak." you asked for advice i responded do with it what you will

however i agree calling them flamenco will give them a harmful label but i did it in the sake of education
Reinhardt  
25 Sep 2009 01:23 | Quote
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South Africa
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RA says:
"Andalusian cadence"(i-VII-VI-V, subbing the VII for a iv) with E harmonic minor as the key and scale


Yes thx I appreciate the feedback very much! I must agree they have flamenco influence in their music.
Im trying to get into theory but i never had a guitar or music lesson in my life so i dont know what the above mean? :-/ in the quote?
i-VII-VI-V, ? ? ?
Mici  
25 Sep 2009 08:14 | Quote
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Whoa! I like that a lot. I just noticed you recently joined the forum so welcome and have fun! :D
JazzMaverick  
25 Sep 2009 19:17 | Quote
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Those roman numbers stand for the note/chord within that key. i is one, VII is seven, VI is six and V is five.
Mici  
26 Sep 2009 04:02 | Quote
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Wow, I can't believe it but I think I'm starting to help someone with theory, LOL!
If I get some stuff wrong, you guys better correct me, alright? I don't want to "teach" Reinhardt wrong.
If you're in the C major scale, the i, VII, VI and V are gonna be the notes/chords C, B, A and G.


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