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Chris Devoti

Chris Devoti

Pop / Jazz Fusion / Country Bluegrass Glasgow, UK  UK
Too Much To Watch
Too Much To Watch
Years Ago
Years Ago
Lights
Lights
Different Route
Different Route
Back To The Roots
Back To The Roots

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Felididace for Solo Guitar

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  • Sami (Artist)
    Sami
    Amazing …..It’s a great pleasure for me to have the chance to listen to your great tracks.....Wishing you all the best
  • Harry V singer songwriter (Artist)
    Harry V singer songw...
    Wow Chris, you rock! A real guitar player - awesome! Fine music, glad you dropped by. Would not have missed this. Sharing this with Douglas Dickens (also on RN) host of r...
  • Idril (Artist)
    Idril
    Your first two tracks are just...amazing, beautiful! Very good work...
  • Slam Horse (Artist)
    Slam Horse
    Awesome tracks--love the variety! Excellent guitar work throughout! Keep that talent coming! Best wishes! --Slam Horse
  • Stubsy (Artist)
    Stubsy
    Excellent guitar playing... great sound
  • AceKnightz (Artist)
    AceKnightz
    Great work family, the guitar work is incredible, keep at it, much love from the bx !

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  • Chris and his wee guitar
  • URBAN CREEK

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Bio: CHRIS DEVOTI studied Music Performance in France and in L.A. , California, before obtaining a 1st prize at the Guitar Institute of Technology in Los Angeles and Tokyo, Japan. After travelling around the globe as a session musician, Chris settled down in Scotland where he performed in many differ...See Full Bio

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Posted a new song: "Lights" http://www.reverbnation.com/q/5fljcm #music

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Q: Your playing is smokin' hot! How'd you learn to play like that?

A: Cheers man, much appreciated! Studying music certainly helped but I have a passion for theory which helps me playing a bit smarter rather than spending hours practicing fancy techniques. The technique I tried developing recently is flat picking and is opening a door to a brand new world, Chris

Asked by Jamie Parsons. Answered on Sat Aug 02 2014

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