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At the beginning when you are not that familiar with them and your hands are not familiar with the moves. And then eventually, I asked for some guitar lessons, and they taught me some chords slowly. And then I met Rodrigo, and he had a band at the time.It’s painful at the beginning, because you start from zero, from scratch. Can you tell me a little bit about how you got into playing guitar? When I was maybe 13 years old, 12 years old, I had so many records, and my auntie had so many rock records, so I wanted to play the guitar. So eventually I joined that band, and we start to play together.I guess that my advice is don’t get too focused to female or male, because music is music, and it has no gender whatsoever. The idea is to become the music you’re playing for, just forget about who you are.You are a man, or a woman, or an old lady, or a dog or whatever.
You have to do music all day long, so it’s very good in that sense, you know? But on the other hand, it was just incredible to see and to hear our own music played by incredible musicians with other instruments like the flute and the violins and the piano and all that, you know? For us, it was easier to travel, and also we wanted to step out of the metal music that we had done.
We will go and play music and learn that sort of music. And Rodrigo came up first with the idea that we should do our own music with a Cuban orchestra. We met all these great musicians, we recorded a band there, and then we did record our own lines over there as well. As the project started to evolve, we started to rearrange and we change parts. I went through all the music, but I wanted to play that particular.
You must have had to change the approach to the way that you play a bit to accommodate the fact that there are so many other players performing with you. Well, at least I had to step out of my comfort zone as a player, and I had to learn a lot of new, incredible rhythms. My auntie has some really good records -– Black Sabbath. But I did not have a clue, and I didn’t have any guitar.
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