Changing Common Chords Into Beautiful Spanish Guitar


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Tomas Michaud

Playing guitar and creating music is a dream come true for me. I know it can be for you too. You wouldn't be given the desire to play music if you didn't have the capacity to achieve it. I help people every day all over the world to achieve their dream using step-by-step systems that I've been refining for over 40 years. I'd like to help you.

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  1. Thomas I too was hooked on gipsy Kings style. I,v been a Bassist in a rock band for over 12yrs now retired at 62yrs young from live gigs. Shocked to see that Gipsy kings are now older than me, I was late in seeing them on you tube. Determined now to play 6string accoutic, I have been givern a Spanish guitar that I had repaired, I have been playing for just 8weeks Hardening up my finger tips, but I have learnt the rumba right hand with slap at a fair speed, with just two chords. But now I have found your fantastic way of teaching, by playing your B scale lead, gives my finger tips a rest as they hurt so much. Can you believe my dad and grandmother were Spanish and they never taught me one word, my gran could not speak English. Thank you so much for this wonderful site, and this down load
    Regards Brian.

  2. Could you provide a drawing of where your fingers are on the fret board > It is difficult to know where they are on the video due to the fact that your fingers are covering up the frets and strings being played.

    Thank you

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