Flamenco Guitar by Jason McGuire “El Rubio”

June 30, 2010 on 5:00 pm | In Guitar | 25 Comments


www.Flamenco-Lessons.com http Flamenco Guitar by Jason Mc Guire! Jason McGuire “El Rubio,” virtuoso guitarist, composer and producer, inaugurates his new website, www.Flamenco-Lessons.com . The excitement and buzz has been building for some time with the news that the site was being professionally constructed and meticulously created with the intent to attract students of all levels from around the world to join its membership. www.Flamenco-Lessons.com is the brainchild of McGuire with the express purpose of breaking down the complicated elements of learning flamenco guitar, whereby the student learns at a faster pace, is able to absorb more information, and all at the convenience of the individual. Jason McGuire “El Rubio” is considered a world-class guitarist and has earned an international reputation as a master instructor. Utilizing his extensive musical knowledge, he has developed a solid methodology of guitar instruction during the 20 years he has been teaching. The online membership includes unlimited access to a constantly growing library of styles (palos), compositions and examples which build upon a student’s technique and understanding of the forms. Classes are divided into sections, allowing the student to choose the perspective that works for them. The components of the lessons consist of: 1. a normal tempo view of the lesson 2. a slow tempo view of the lesson 3. a right hand view of the lesson 4. a left hand view of the lesson 5. a counted out version of the

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  1. OH GAWD…. bootiful

    Comment by topdeeni — Wednesday, June 30, 2010 #

  2. I’ve seen Jason perform live a number of times and he’s always awesome. The audience applauding are all well-versed flamenco afficionados. It’s no wonder other top flamenco and even classical guitar players (including some who have played Carnegie Hall) study under him. And no, he’s not fat, just stocky. Also check out his site on MySpace.

    Comment by stickman33 — Wednesday, June 30, 2010 #

  3. I’ve seen Jason perform live a number ofl times and he’s always awesome. The audience applauding are all well-versed flamenco afficionados. It’s no wonder other top flamenco and even classical guitar players (including some who have played Carnegie Hall) study under him. And no, he’s not fat, just stocky. Also check out his site on MySpace.

    Comment by stickman33 — Wednesday, June 30, 2010 #

  4. Damn it ! I wanna play like him !!

    Comment by Okeefish — Wednesday, June 30, 2010 #

  5. Keep coming back to this. This is one amazing performance. No crap here, truthful and intense. Blows me away, A very rare virtuosity , glad i got to see this before departing the planet….

    Comment by alvalodze — Wednesday, June 30, 2010 #

  6. Keep coming back to this. This is one amazing performance. No crap here, truthful and intense. Blows me away, A very rare virtuosity , glad i got to see this before departing the planet….

    Comment by alvalodze — Wednesday, June 30, 2010 #

  7. you’re the best I’ve ever seen jason.

    Comment by donnyx0081 — Wednesday, June 30, 2010 #

  8. @happyhappy2263 I believe the way he played was perfect, he is perfect

    Comment by ApostolosNasos — Wednesday, June 30, 2010 #

  9. j’aime….

    Comment by ib7tka — Wednesday, June 30, 2010 #

  10. … That was an extremely powerful performance.

    Comment by ShaneWednesday — Wednesday, June 30, 2010 #

  11. That Guitar just got “OWNED”
    nice played.

    Comment by Hoozon2 — Wednesday, June 30, 2010 #

  12. the best flamenco song i ever hear…the first part without drums is very very nice!!!

    Comment by paulogipsyflamenco1 — Wednesday, June 30, 2010 #

  13. What’s with the thrash interludes? It would sound much better if it was fluid without all the smacking. Amazing left hand work, I just did not like the harsh individual strums. Too much like a free form jazz odyssey for me.

    Comment by baadshepherd — Wednesday, June 30, 2010 #

  14. Doesn’t matter how many times I listen to this……….it is outstanding !!!!!

    Comment by stx38 — Thursday, July 1, 2010 #

  15. ffing amazing. . .

    Comment by S1ay3R007 — Thursday, July 1, 2010 #

  16. Bad,the right hand very bad.

    Comment by pitarate — Thursday, July 1, 2010 #

  17. WOW ! This men is awesome ;) )

    Comment by Estrellanegra63 — Thursday, July 1, 2010 #

  18. @seattleflamenco He trolls, so he feeds from your responses.

    Comment by MrFluffay — Thursday, July 1, 2010 #

  19. too much noise not enough substance

    Comment by madman128 — Thursday, July 1, 2010 #

  20. wow amazing… it should be forbidden to play guitar like this. I LOVE HIM

    Comment by Balsamoth — Thursday, July 1, 2010 #

  21. He is a GREAT no gitano player… really hard to be like that … I think he does that pretty well !

    Comment by globule200 — Thursday, July 1, 2010 #

  22. j’adore

    Comment by ib7tka — Thursday, July 1, 2010 #

  23. excellenteeeee amigo!!!

    Comment by ib7tka — Thursday, July 1, 2010 #

  24. happyhappy2263, I’d love to see a video of your buleria in e flat. I’m sure it is much less harsh and more musical. What a joke you people have the nerve to criticize people that dedicate their life to an art form like flamenco, and do it for a living. What do you do for a living?

    Comment by seattleflamenco — Thursday, July 1, 2010 #

  25. happyhappy2263, I’d love to see a video of your buleria in e flat. I’m sure it is much less harsh and more musical. What a joke you people have the nerve to criticize people that dedicate their life to an art form like flamenco, and do it for a living. What do you do for a living?

    Comment by seattleflamenco — Thursday, July 1, 2010 #

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