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Matic

 

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Yamandu Costa ... watch this 

Something virtuoso from Brasil.
Looks like he masters his instrument. Very fun to watch and listen.



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Ailsa

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RE: Yamandu Costa ... watch this (in reply to Matic

So six strings not enough for this guy Someone tell me how's that work? What's the tuning?

He's certainly a master of all the strings he has, but he's not the prettyist guy is he? I mean not that looks matter, honest.
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Matic

 

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RE: Yamandu Costa ... watch this (in reply to Matic

Tuning is C-E-A-D-G-B-e or sometimes D instead of low C.
This musical style is brazilian 'choro' if I'm not wrong.

Hm...c'mon isn't he cute? He makes me smile, he looks so ... honest!

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RE: Yamandu Costa ... watch this (in reply to Matic

Hey, the 7-string guitar in Brasil is an instrument used in various musical genres, such as Choro (mostly), Samba, Bossa Nova, etc. The 7-string guitar tuning, in general, is the same as the classical guitar, the lowest string is usually tuned B or C (in choro C being the most widely used)
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RE: Yamandu Costa ... watch this (in reply to Matic

Yamandu is awesome. I got to jam with him for an evening when he was in the Twin Cities... super fun. The guy can harmonize on the spot like no other!

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