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Messages - Abdul raheem

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These are super cool Skins, I never tried to change much because I had no option when I purchased it, but now I know that itís possible so I will definitely want to have one of these, it automatically makes the Darbuka look double cool and much better than before.

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Some of the videos shared are simply mind blowing, itís superb seeing how good woman actually are at playing Darbuka and I must say that some of the greatest players are woman, so they definitely know it and much better then man, so we should never underestimate them.

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Music Fan@ it definitely looks Turkish, as you can clearly see in the sound. Thank you so much Loona for providing such a fine video, itís always fascinating watching split finger technique been used, as we rare see that so thatís why itís so exciting watching this.

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WowÖ Thank you so much James for sharing that, itís really interesting to see that. I believe itís better that we contact expert in changing it, I am not saying we canít do it, but without experience itís not going to be easy and if we donít do it correctly, it will have effect on sound.

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My tip is to be passionate about the work, as it does not matter how much practice we do till we donít have the fire in belly, itís all time waste. If we have the passion for it then even with less practice we will do just fine.

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Itís impossible to find a single teacher as there are hardly any, but there are few centers where they teaches us Guitar, Oud or even Darbuka, but they charge so much that a normal guy really canít afford it, so I prefer learning by my own.

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No too much, but I feel it helps in getting into the mode, as it does not matter which instrument we are playing, but getting into zone is important, so thatís where the guitar can be pretty useful practice for the Oud, but I am learning it on my own.

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Oud Teachers & Lessons / Re: Lesson 1: posture
« on: May 07, 2015, 04:57:18 PM »
When it comes to playing Oud, itís every little thing that can make the difference. Itís very important to be in the right Posture, as its massive help in playing it well. You have made really valid points, itís important to be relaxed and let the worry of world go out of our head.

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There are so many online tutorial available that can help you learn it very easily, but at the end of the day itís all about passion and determination. I am not a master, but whatever I learned is from YouTube only, as thatís perfect place to learn from.

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Buy & Sell Oud / Re: What to look for when buying an Oud?
« on: May 07, 2015, 04:47:04 PM »
Just like you even I am a beginner only, so I donít know what is the best Oud to purchase, but I feel that here you will find the best advice and the best Oud, but one thing I must say that always purchase it from an experience guy, so you can get valuable tips.

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I never try to compose the whole song, but at times I do create few lines that make me happy, but to compose the complete song is extremely tough and it needs a lot of experience and that does not come easily, so I never try it.

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Oud Lovers / Re: Comparison between Arabic & Turkish oud?
« on: May 07, 2015, 04:35:34 PM »
Wow Keisha itís great to see a woman as we often see here people talking how woman are not too much interested in these things, but nice to see you. I am using Arabic Oud, as I feel thatís much more comfortable for anyone to be using.

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Doumbek, Darbuka Lovers / Re: Darbuka Band - Will you take a part?
« on: May 07, 2015, 04:29:09 PM »
As much my heart is dying to say yes, I am well aware that itís nearly impossible for players to established a band like that, it needs planning and good connection with each other, so you really canít have that in days or week, it takes month to build that relationship.

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