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Gary Meyers Dirty Flamenco Guitarist: Blog

Guitar Lesson's in Highlands Ranch

Posted on March 10, 2010
Gary Meyers is accepting students for guitar lessons; all ages and levels.  Every guitar lesson is tailored to the individual and a video re-cap of each guitar lesson is also available.  My contact information and bio is on my website www.dirtyflamenco.com  Gary Meyers - Dirty Flamenco Guitar lessons - For guitar lesson's, give me a call or email...
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Gary

Wedding Music Highlands Ranch CO

Posted on February 23, 2010
Gary Meyers - Dirty Flamenco (gypsy flamenco guitarist) is available for booking including Wedding Music Highlands Ranch CO and where ever! The wedding music performed is flamenco and classical. Wedding music needs are great for my style of guitar. I've performed wedding music for weddings across the country and in Mexico. My video is at www.youtube.com/dirtyflamenco or www.dirtyflamenco.com
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Guitar Tip (3)

Posted on February 11, 2010
Gary Meyers - Dirty Flamenco

Guitar Tip: The studying of different musical styles is crucial to overall technique development and the creation of your own sound. So, step out of the box, and learn songs in Jazz, Blues, Classical, Country and Rock... Soon your creative juices will start to over-flow!

Guitar Tip (2)

Posted on February 10, 2010
Gary Meyers - Dirty Flamenco Guitarist

Guitar Tip: The most important thing a guitarist, or any musician, can do is to find a virtuoso in their specialty (classical, rock, flamenco, whatever...) and study with them on an ongoing basis and never stop. When you find that true virtuoso, you will have decades of material and experience to work with that will bring you to levels you thought impossible. I have been mentored by Rene Heredia since 2002, and will continue to do so until he can no longer teach... This is one of the main keys for success as a musician

Guitar Tip

Posted on February 5, 2010
Hello... This starts Guitar Tips from Gary Meyers of Dirty Flamenco.

Today's tip: A key to solid performance begins with practicing. When practicing and learning new material, focus on playing slowly and making sure each note is clearly heard and the technique is exact.


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