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(4177) Stefano Motta
Mon, 7 July 2014 18:20:20 +0000

Hi Tommy! thanks for your wonderful job and teaching on the guitar! thanks to you and to your sound I have taken with love in hand my old acoustic guitar forgotten by now under the bed again.
I am working on your Fingerstyle Milestones and would have a question: I not never leant the pinky on the guitar body initially and how long certainly feel more solid and been equivalent in the right hand, but at the same time i feel a strong pain to the elbow, with a tendon that a tension maybe does evil ... ... is it normal?

thanks if you will want to answer me and he continues like so!

Stefano

(4176) Joe Beeco
Sun, 6 July 2014 18:04:16 +0000

Just want to say .Thank you for coming to Atlanta...I enjoyed your show tremendously !. Looking forward to your Return...

(4175) Frank Sesta
Fri, 4 July 2014 19:29:44 +0000

Ain't Nobody - Jon Gomm (Jamie Oshima): http://youtu.be/BUZohDrd3jc

tommy,
this young fellow is the nephew of my two dear guitar playing buddies - please check him out as I think he is simply fantastic and clearly idolizes you - he had several vids on YouTube for you to enjoy - multi-talented instrumentalist and beautiful vocals - I can envision the incomparable magic that would be generated by taking him on tour with you
best regards, frank sesta

(4174) Mick Nolan
Thu, 3 July 2014 22:45:17 +0000

Hey Tommy,
I used to bump into you occasionally in East Bentleigh (in the queue at the NAB), and was pretty chuffed back then to be close to someone I loved to see on the telly. I've never forgotten that, and I've now decided, in my 40's, to do something about it and I have taken up guitar lessons! I'm going to do a tour of the Maton factory in September too, looking forward to it.
Hope you're going well and enjoying the States!
Cheers, Mick

(4173) Bob Tackett
Thu, 3 July 2014 02:38:58 +0000

Hi Tommy, I don't want to take much of your time. I would almost give my right thumb if I could make it work like you do. Can you suggest something to help me get the bass line going on those type of songs? It's as if my brain can't keep the thumb going while it's thinking about the fingers.

Thanks for the brilliant music,
Bob Tackett

(4172) Pierre Léonard
Wed, 2 July 2014 12:48:52 +0000

Hello Tommy!
I'm a belgian songwriter, mainly on guitar but on keyboards too. Amongst the songs I've written, there is one in particular I would be flattered to hear you play.
Maybe you could think I'm a little bit cocky, but I'll be glad if you listened to it and perhaps tell me what you think about...

https://soundcloud.com/leo-pierre-l/we-have-wings-peter-the-lions

Best regards

Pierre Léonard

(4171) R.BuitenhuisNetherlands
Wed, 2 July 2014 09:59:03 +0000

Hi,I devellop a Guitarplayer this day,I never heart of him.He's playing so well,and
good for my ears.But the technich,I never saw,he's traying to brake the neck of his
guitar,but keep doing this fantastic effect,that I never see a guitar player before. I
have a few guitars myself,but I never come this far. I'm 76 years old now,but its no
use to try.
Keep on playing Tommy.

(4170) Matt O
Tue, 1 July 2014 18:22:19 +0000

I only recently discovered you and I'm so glad I did. Ever time I watch and listen to you, it puts a smile on my face. I've been playing guitar for almost 40 years now (not so well) . You have been a great inspiration to me causing me to work harder than ever to realize my potential (even at 57 years old). I'm just about a year younger than you so I have a lot of catching up to do. Take care of yourself Tommy and THANKS for everything you do!!

(4169) Ann
Tue, 1 July 2014 02:19:49 +0000

Dear TommyCGP: I hope all is well with you and all your support group. We await your tour news for our part of the world. Thank you for sharing your gift. It continues to inspire me. Have heard that a Steinway piano has been donated to Palomar Hospital, Escondido. One of these days I am going to get acquainted with that piano. I treasure your insightful and kind words for me at meet and greet. I carry a list of song titles and adapt pieces and play a lot from memory. Just a part of what my gift is to me. Did not play like this before. And for this to happen when I was 72. Wow. My cancer challenge seems to be quiet. I continue to play and love every minute of it. Safe travel. Much joy. + Blessings and Love + A

(4168) Curt Sanford
Mon, 30 June 2014 20:14:58 +0000

On the bottom of one of Tommy's guitars are small words (15 or so) Have not been able to identify them. Could you tell me what they say? It looks like it starts with "love is very...." and ends with "friends" Thanks Curt Sanford


 


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