#1
Ok, so I want to start learning flamenco guitar, any suggestions on what I should start with?

I know this might be the wrong forum for this, but whatever
Gear:
Ibanez RG121
Ibanez GTA15R Amp
red Allegro nylon-strung acoustic of unkown model



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#3
^thanks, but I meant as to which songs, or which composers i should check out
Gear:
Ibanez RG121
Ibanez GTA15R Amp
red Allegro nylon-strung acoustic of unkown model



Quote by Mechanix

We play guitar.... we're automatically on top of the world.

^
#7
your point pepsi...

i dont know why some people are so colorless.

To answer your question op, youtube some Al Di Meola, John McLaughlin and Paco De Lucia. That flamenco trio is amazing. Also you tube Roland Dyen's Tango En Skai. I wouldnt consider Roland Dyens a flamenco guitarist, but that song definitely has some spanish accent to it.
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#8
I just went to flamenco lessons .com the other day, its a very good site with some free video lessons, done by an amazing flamenco guitarist, I forget his name but his nickname is el rubio. Go check it out
#9
Paco De Lucia's excellent, as is Flavio Rodrigues, he's a Brazilian flamenco guitarist.

pepsi1187: You have no idea what the hell you're talking about, stop posting here. You provided a dumb answer and then double posted to provide absolutely no information.
Last edited by :-D at Mar 28, 2008,