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I believe in hard work, not in talent :)
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Ramiro Delforte
36 years old
Argentina, Buenos Aires
Born May-27-1985
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Ramiro Delforte

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28 May 2011
A few months ago we did a little party on the place we play and invite costumers to put clothes ambiented on the 1920 decade, so we wore traditional clothes as well smile.gif

Here I post some pics of that day (I've posted a video link of that day on my board too)

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8 May 2011
I wrote this little piece
Let me know what you think biggrin.gif

6 May 2011
I hope you like the little solo!

4 Apr 2011
Hey mates!

Let's have the first video chat of April

As always the topics are selected by you biggrin.gif

Guitar techniques, harmony, ear-training, keyboard techniques, and much more wink.gif

I'll be joining the chat room in about 10 mins!

24 Mar 2011
Some of you already know that I've purchased a Tenor Banjo a few months ago and started playing it on the Dixieland band where I also play the guitar.
Here I leave you a video of the last show we did where everybody was wearing clothes in the style of 1920's.

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15 Sep 2014 - 17:01

thanks for your help with ear training in the chat - you're great!
25 Jan 2011 - 13:44
Hey Ramiro, thank you for mentioning V: The New Mythology Suite by Symphony X. The "Egypt" track is outstanding :) Thank you again for your help in the chat.
22 Jul 2010 - 10:33
happy birthday!!!!!
27 May 2010 - 15:28
Stephane Lucarel...
Happy birthday man! Wish you all the best ;)
28 May 2009 - 7:40
thanx again, ur idea about pressing the thumb too hard is true, i never knew that could cause tendonitis. Like with the picture then, i wasnt pressing too hard. But when i play say a level 8 lesson, i press really hard on my thumb to gain more sound, :)
11 Mar 2009 - 19:28


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