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rice_pudding
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Post by rice_pudding »

you've got some very nice videos on you tube it seems :D
how long have you been playing classical guitar?
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Wow Matt.. i finally get to see you play and needless to say you astonish me :)

Your version of Dee is so delicate yet peaceful so a 100% thumbs up! :D

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Hi Mr Pudding!

I have been studying Classical Guitar for 18 years now. I am really working hard on tightening my technique up. My new love of You Tube is actually a good 'next best thing' to an audition, in that it puts you in a now or never moment.

Hi Simon

Great to hear from you. Thanks!

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I cant wait till your CD comes out Matt :)

I know I wont be disapointed because everything you put out is very heartfelt :)

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Cos Matts a voodoo chile.. lord knows.. hes a voodoo chile!!!!!!!!!!

That was awesome :P

I wish I could jam that with ya, but im so rubbish at playing Hendrix lol :P

But any jam would be an honour!

Simon
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Post by delve »

Great Stuff! The SS solo is sick. great work/tones on the acoustic stuff too!
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Just listened to your Diary quartet, great stuff, really enjoyed it.
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Cheers I really appreciate it.

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Great stuff Matt ,thanks for sharing. Now I have to practice! :D
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Post by McLowery »

Matt, had a listen to a few of your links and your playing always inspires me man! So does that signature above this post! Nice! Horse would appreciate that I'm sure! LOL
Oh bring me some CHUNKY PUDDING, and bring it RIGHT NOW!!!
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Post by RRfish »

Matty: Do you really know how incredibly talented you are? Your music brought tears to my eyes, and your renditions of Randy's music made me think how proud and honored he would be of you. It also made me think and feel very sad at the same time, he would have wanted to continue to study and become an all round artist as you have become. I have always wondered when someone is so talented, what part of the soul does it come from? It must be magic given to only a special and select few! I am glad you have that incredible magic. I love your music Matt! Keep on playing................. :fish:
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The One and Mike,

Cheers to you bothxxx :) Mike knows how much (like him too) I practice and love music. Apart from Suzie it is the most important thing to me, so it is a relief that some of the things in my funny mind :) actually do make sense to others, and come across musically LOL
Thanks so much for your kind wordsxx

RR Fish,
I have a day of chores a head that are much easier to do now. You are too kind and sweet.

Randy always inspires me, even when I am playing gypsy jazz!!

Cheers

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hi Matt


i still enjoy your playing, you are seriously killer dude.
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Post by Mozart82 »

Wow! I just checked out The Longing, and the 24th Caprice so far. I really like the tone and dynamics, and of course theres technique there too. No 24 is one of my favorites. Great job!
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thank you so much
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