Let the sounds be themselves. This is one of my recurring problems: expecting something non-guitaristic from a guitar. Once more the acquisitive mind clouds the activity of playing/being. Once you let the sounds be, then you can explore its (and your) fullest potential, which may take you beyond your original delusional thinking anyway. The guitar is a vibrating, specific system. Understand this through your body.
- JCAL Music Students
- Guitar pedals from NYC Alternative Guitar Festival
- Brandon Seabrook Trio, Joel Harrison/Cristian Amigo/Andrew Drury Trio, Trioka w/Tor Snyder @ INTAR Evening of Experimental Guitar
- AMERICAN FESTIVAL OF MICROTONAL MUSIC presents MicroFEST NYC Spectrum³
- Amigo Joins Conjure Collective
- Launch of Hell’s Kitchen Music Group (HKMG)
- Cristian Amigo @ INTAR FEST 2012
- foto of the day: GRO @ Hill Country NYC
- it’s in the fingers.
- Gotham Roots Orchestra foto del dia.
- Tilted Axes 2012 short movie by Sergio Cruz
- “Now I remember why I came to New York. “
- Hill Country Live presents GRO
- Pre-release tracks from Cristian Amigo’s Kingdom of Jones II
- GRO fotos del dia
- TILTED AXES – BAKED! Music for Mobile Electric Guitars @ NEW MUSIC BAKE SALE-MARCH 3 Roulette, Brooklyn, NY
- kudos from NYC Jazz Record for ABC NO RIO performance w/Blaise Siwula
- The Gotham Roots Orchestra @ Hill Country Live on Sat, March 16
- talent and reward
- THE 2013 NYC Alternative Guitar Festival w/ Elliott Sharp Guitar Trio was a killer!
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