If you've been reading my journal entries, you know the story surrounding this guitar. I went through a LOT to buy this guitar. Like my camera, it is one of the (very) few material possessions I treasure.
I believe a picture can
say a thousand words, but to me
, music speaks untold millions.
Truth-be-told, I consider myself to be a much better musician, than a photographer. My life as a photographer is only about 5-6 years old...but my life with music goes back as far as I can remember. It will always be my best friend.
On the subject of not being able to express things with mere words: I want to extend my profound (and speechless) heartfelt thanks to the altruistic soul from New Zealand who rescued my guitar from the pawnshop, and put it back in my hands. Thank you so
« The man, himself...
I am in the final stages of completing the new
CD...over 8 years in the making, but I feel it has been well worth the effort. I'll announce more as events unfold this year
You can listen to a demo-reel of samples from the new CD project, here: soundcloud.com/ibarramusic/vir…Tutorial videos of my post-production and Photoshop techniques are available now at: www.ibarra2.com
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