Raul De Souza fan here.
Nice..I normally play finger style on a James Goodall guitar.Whatta you play? And what kind of music do you attempt on it?
My lady and I like to play together. She usually does the singing. Here's a politically inspired piece we wrote and recorded over a weekend:
[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Cz2nBGovHs]Less is In - YouTube[/ame]
Really?I've been playing guitar since H.S. but I can't seem to play AND sing at the same time. I can do a pretty much dead on Stevie Ray Vaughn impression though.
Fun fact: A long time ago in Wisconsin, a school sent a note to a student's parents telling them to not bother with music lessons because the kid "wasn't musically inclined".My Dad taught me the harmonica. .I do okay at it. .I admire people with the gift of singing and music. People like to hear me whistle a tune.( Loch Lomond. Some Where Over the Rainbow.) Just remembered I was kicked out of music class in the 7th grade for playing the Blues on my Blues Harp. Music teacher forbade the blues being played in class.
..I'm a Gregorian ChanterWhatta you play? And what kind of music do you attempt on it?
I seem to prefer string things myself. Started on piano (and therefore my understanding of scale is irrevocably linear and chromatic), went on to guitar, banjo, violin/viola, mandolin, bouzouki, hammered dulcimer and bowed psaltery. Also spent some years in a Brazilian batucada ensemble. Can't do wind instruments, though I do sing.
Guitar I like to fingerpick, and experiment with open tunings. The violin I got for Scottish and Cape Breton music. Also used several of these (primarily violin) in a jug band, where I even got a chance to play rake one night