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Greetings from Italy

Postby mgiubert » Fri Oct 25, 2002 11:25 pm

Hi Everybody
I'm enjoying this forum since two months now (there is really a lot to learn here and in the rest of the site)and I think is time to introduce myself .
I'm from Italy,44 years old,I play guitar since I was 15.
I'm still giggin' on saturday nights in pubs with a band or as a duo
(2 acoustic guitar & harp).
I've always loved blues ,all kind of blues from electric to acoustic blues.
I got my first dobro 1 year ago and I'm slowly (you know I'm not so young) learning to play in slide style.
As I told before I like to listen to all kind of good blues,from Jorma Kaukonen ,one of my favourites since the first time I've heard
the first Hot Tuna Live album...(how many years ago?)to S.R.V.,from
Robert Johnson to Eric Sardinas .(There a lot to learn from everybody).
Ok That's all folks.
Greetings from Italy
:)
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RE: Greetings from Italy

Postby ricochet » Sat Oct 26, 2002 12:18 am

I've been seeing your posts. Glad to have you on here! :)
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RE: Greetings from Italy

Postby bosco » Sat Oct 26, 2002 2:46 pm

Welcome MG !

Hang out, have fun and post often...
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RE: Greetings from Italy

Postby blueswriter » Sat Oct 26, 2002 7:18 pm

[updated:LAST EDITED ON Oct-26-02 AT 03:19 PM (CDT)]Welcome aboard...

I echo the thoughts prior to this one. It's a great time hangin' on the Big Road. See ya 'round.

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RE: Greetings from Italy

Postby mikedev » Mon Oct 28, 2002 9:52 am

Great seeing people with wide ranging tastes.

Italian too, now I'm thinking of food.....
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RE: Greetings from Italy

Postby srvlives » Mon Oct 28, 2002 11:24 am

Just shows how universal music is and how small the world is getting....

Welcome!

'I could come home and drink after a stressful day, instead of playing guitar, but then my wife would never compliment me on how much my drinking has improved' Taylor Guitars ad
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RE: Greetings from Italy

Postby mgiubert » Mon Oct 28, 2002 10:49 pm

Italian too, now I'm thinking of food.....
You're right!
That's the reason I keep on giggin'almost ev'ry week:
The pay is really poor but I eat and drink all that I can
(it's free for artists)
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MG :)
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RE: Greetings from Italy

Postby mikedev » Tue Oct 29, 2002 11:25 am

>Italian too, now I'm thinking of food.....
>You're right!
>That's the reason I keep on giggin'almost ev'ry week:
>The pay is really poor but I eat and drink all that I can
>(it's free for artists)
>By
>MG :)

Don't happen to need a fourth or fifth rate guitarist do you? Playing for food & drink sounds great.

My wife and I have some Italian friends, Maria from Napoli & Franco from Sicily. Maria is the most amazing cook, and Franco makes his own wine, the tradditional way with imported grapes.

Whenever we visit I have to starve for a week before & after, and make sure my wife drives!
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RE: Greetings from Italy

Postby mgiubert » Tue Oct 29, 2002 10:35 pm

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>Don't happen to need a fourth or fifth rate guitarist do
>you? Playing for food & drink sounds great.
>

You're welcome,Mike
Don't forget the reso the next time you'll come around

:)
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RE: Greetings from Italy

Postby mikedev » Wed Oct 30, 2002 8:58 am

Damn, I don't have a reso, so I guess you're safe!
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