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Marcelo Roascio - Performance JOYO Audio UK

Marcelo Roascio - Performance JOYO Audio UK

JOYO Audio UK are pleased to introduce you to Marcelo Roascio.  

Marcelo recently performed a number of his tracks for JOYO at the NAMM music show this year 2014 in California USA. 

Not only can Marcelo play his guitar, he is someone to inspire us all.... Marcelo is a pioneer in publishing guitar books with audio instructions for electric guitar, from Buenos Aires, Argentina. He has over fifteen titles published, his material is distributed in Argentina, Chile and Uruguay through the signing Melos (ex Ricordi).
 


As a music columnist, Marcelo Roascio contributes to many magazines in Southern America and consults on the most visited guitarist website and forums in South America.  

hispanoamérica:  https://www.guitarraonline.com.ar/

Since June 2009, Mareclo is responsible for the "To Play" song of Melos (ex Ricordi) Publisher.

From 2010, Roascio is director of the guitar magazine "All Guitar and Bass", on sale at kiosks Argentina, Uruguay and Chile. Buenos Aires, Argentina.

::: Marcelo Roascio Website :::www.roascio.com.ar

Marcelo Roascio today leads the instrumental rock group Roascio RCM, having released three CDs: "Spies" (Rigor Records.), "Two Three" (Wensound SRL), and "All ina Day" (Ava Records / Boosweet Records) . Currently, Roascio is endorser of JOYO Guitar Effects in Argentina, Fernandes Guitars International (Japan), equipment Hiwatt (UK), Ernie Ball strings (USA), and Morley pedals (USA) together with straps Antitodo, and performs regularly at clinics and shows throughout the country.

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Dave Grant is the owner of JOYO Audio UK, a small family owned guitar effect business in Manchester England. Dave posts random blogs and news about JOYO Guitar Effect Pedals & Blogging help things.

 

1 Comments To "Marcelo Roascio - Performance JOYO Audio UK"

Marcelo On 28 Jul 2014
Thanks for including me on your wonderfull website. Keep on rockin' !!! Reply to this comment

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