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post Apr 23 2015, 06:56 PM
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Anyone heard of this player? smile.gif

Another instrumental genius from Italy.. right up there with the others, marco sfogli Ignazio Di salvo etc..

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=efQnIDmfLFw

Have a listen to this smile.gif serioustly the best chorus I ever heard in instrumental music


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post Apr 23 2015, 08:18 PM
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I've heard from him at your thread for Gab's Army.... hehehe beautiful song!


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post Apr 24 2015, 06:01 AM
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I know about Claudio from few years. He is an awesome player. Our instructor Darek made in 2012 a collab with Claudio, Yiannis and Felipe. I don't know if you listened this but if you want, check this out. It's one of my favorite collab from YT wink.gif

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post Apr 24 2015, 08:29 AM
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Yes Claudio has caught my attention.

Also I must say musical quality of his youtube videos has just boosted recently. I find this really cool - as he could easily have settled for the level he had in 2012 which was already amazing, but choose to keep pushing it. That's how everyone should do it, regardless of current their level of skills or amount of success.


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post Apr 24 2015, 10:04 AM
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@Kris: You have right it's one of the guys which always develop his skills and at this moment his work it's rewarded (guitar clinics, live concerts, endorser Negrini guitars, artist at Jamtrackcentral, etc).

One single thing I would like to see improved in his YT channel. Please keep in mind that it's not a criticism is just a matter of taste. A different concept in his videos (maybe a recording from different angles, background, etc). Something as we can find in his song from Jamtrackcentral "A Stream of Emotions". But of course this is just my point of view and this happens because at some level I have more expectations and every tiny detail counts for me.
Maybe you will think that I'm crazy but I really appreciate when people treat with profesionalism even a very short demo. I like to see a perfect package not only an amazing playing wink.gif Hope you will understand exactly what I meant and I repeat it's not a criticism wink.gif
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post Apr 24 2015, 06:59 PM
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@Monika I guess it depends on what his intention is. Personally I find it rewarding to just publish videos for the sake of progressing. If I'd set the video production bar too high I wouldn't be able to do it as often.

So I guess it's a matter of priority. But I certainly agree in the sense that I try to constantly improve everything (including video) - but what I have learned is to take it in reasonable increments in order not to get stuck.

Another example is that students wait "until they get better" before starting to write songs - because they don't like to feel bad over a poor composition. However, it is not possible to write a good one before you have written whole bunch of bad ones. So what I am trying to day is: constant improvement yes, but with reasonable milestones/achievements.


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