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twbranch

 

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hello from North Carolina 

Just wanted to say hello. Not sure how much I will post because I am new to Flamenco but I will definitely chime in if something peaks my interests.

Trav
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machopicasso

 

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RE: hello from North Carolina (in reply to twbranch

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I am new to Flamenco


Do you have a flamenco guitar teacher? If not, getting one when you're starting-out can be really helpful for the purpose of developing proper technique (and avoiding acquisition of bad habits).
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twbranch

 

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RE: hello from North Carolina (in reply to machopicasso

Not yet. I live in a sparse area for flamenco. Many classical instructors but very few flamenco. There are a few.
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machopicasso

 

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RE: hello from North Carolina (in reply to twbranch

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I live in a sparse area for flamenco.


I know what you mean. Some teachers, including Ricardo here on the foro, offer lessions via Skype. That's a great resource if there aren't any teachers in your area.
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Wayne Brown

 

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RE: hello from North Carolina (in reply to twbranch

Welcome! There's a wealth of information to be had here on the foro.
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Gummy

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RE: hello from North Carolina (in reply to twbranch

Hi! I used to live in NC. We have a member here who lives in Durham. I met him once and he seems like a really good guy. Here's his flamenco website.http://www.tocapurostudios.webs.com/
Don Dionisio is his user name. He once arranged to have Ricardo come to Durham. It was a great show.
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