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Roby Mackie

Rank #47 UK Clydebank, UK Rock / other / Instrumental


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Welcome to the official site of Moi.
I'm a Scot through and through
Born in the burn, Brought up in the Drum.Now living in the Bank since 88. one son Martin.

Got my first Guitar (nylon) at 14 and my first Electric at 16. but didn't really start taking it serious until 18
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  • Eddie Ray Franks Jr (Artist) Eddie Ray Franks Jr
    Dropping by to show support and wish much success with your music. Have a great weekend. Eddie Ray
  • Kevin M. Thomas (Artist) Kevin M. Thomas
    Awesome music
  • pinksideofthemoon (Artist) pinksideofthemoon
    "lost" great guitar and all around sound ~ positive vibes
  • Free Radt (Artist) Free Radt
    Really nice melodic stuff Rob... and thanks for being a fan.
  • Louise Steel (Artist) Louise Steel
    Very good Guitar work here Rob. Your songs are really easy to listen to. You use a lot of cool effects as well - makes it very intriguing.
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Q: im a rock guitarist from glasgow my question is who taught you your basics and do they give lessons
A: im afraid i have had no formal training just hard work (kinda) listen to lots of different music with guitar on hand and tons of improv i would suggest total guitar magazine and be into the guitar completely not just as an instrument but the whole mythical side as well the mechanics as well as players joe satriani and adam jones from tool awesome inventive rhythm and lead player and group jams i found to be very helpful. any other questions please drop me a line. rob

Asked by anonymous. Answered on Wed Jul 25 2012