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    Acoustic Guitar
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  1. The result of one of those nights where everything "just felt right" As always, Cheers and Jeers are accepted readily, hope you enjoy the listen. ​http://tindeck.com/listen/osyne
  2. I can't remember exactly who it was that said this, and I don't know if it helps you at all, but the thread title just made me think of this quote that I have held to heart ever since I heard it. You spend countless hours and years, learning and mastering all the chords, scales and theories, just so you can throw it all out the window and just play what you feel from the heart. maybe not exactly like that, but that's how I interpret it. You know what you feel, it may take a while to translate it, but just go with it.
  3. Something that I have felt and said for a long time now, is that a musician's music is essentially an audio snapshot of his/her emotion at the time of it's creation. This piece "Epitomizes" that ideal if you will (for me at least). I had been scouring the corners of my mind for quite some time for some reason to a situation that I had faced prior to make this piece. I vented out my frustration on the guitar one night and then I hit the "ah-ha" moment to my demons that had been tormenting me, thus the name "Epiphany". Pretty much sums up what that moment felt like in my soul at the time. http://tindeck.com/listen/ojdsb
  4. So this is my first time back to this site in about 12 years now, figure I'd give this another shot. Pretty basic story, just started jamming one night and this came out, decided to see where it goes http://tindeck.com/listen/wchsm As always, constructive criticism is welcome, Thanks for your time guys.
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