About me

After studding Spanish guitar for over 27 years non-stop now, I developed the ability to learn new songs in less time.
To be honest, I am quite good when it comes to teach Spanish guitar. How can I do that? It is quite simple: looking backwards to what I needed to learn when I was child.
Using traditional online learning methods is not an option, for me, anymore. Welcome to a smarter way to leach and learn.
Whether in a theater or at the kitchen of your house (in my opinion, I prefer the kitchen), music connects people to unique feelings experiences.



Whether you are a professional guitarist, or an intellectual person that plays guitar at home just for you and, occasionally, your main audience are your family and friends, i would like to help connect your feelings to unique experiences.

I know how it feels to perform in a huge theater, with all those lights, the people, the security guards. It is so stressful, cold, sometimes distant and close at the same time. A world of sensations

One night, I wanted to get some fresh air before the show begins and got out for a walk. I saw the people, that came to see my concert, queuing to buy the ticket. “They want to hear the music. The want to know how you I feer the music. They want to feel the music as I do. They want to see my soul” I thought.

Flamenco dog
Lucky, the most flamenco dog ever.

Exactly the same happens when you play your guitar with your friends and family. I believe it is harder to play guitar for my friends and family because they expect to see your soul as they know it, they want to confirm that this is you.

The music is that part of your soul that connects with an unspeakable word, closer to the dreams world than to the real life.I believe that I have developed a teaching method that enables to learn faster than the rest of methods, reducing the learning time.

Based now in Alicante, Spain, I lived in five cities already. I grow up in a medium class society where music was part of our lives.

I hope to create a trusted community involving musicians that want to collaborate sharing their advices to all of us.

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  1. savingplaza

    Your style is really unique compared to other people I have read stuff from. Thanks for posting when you’ve got the opportunity, Guess I will just bookmark this web site.

    1. Santiago


  2. Santiago

    Thank you very much Savingplaza for your words! Hope yo see you soon again!

  3. paul

    Tank u very good! I very like.

    1. Santiago

      Thanks Paul! Please, let me knoe what flamenco style guitar lesson would you like me to upload next. Maybe buleria guitar lesson? Tangos, compas? If you are interested on any particular spanish guitar lesson, or flamenco guitar falseta, just let me know! See you soon!

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