Nick Torres

London born, Washington DC area native Nick Torres has been involved in music for more than 20 years. From singing with the Paul Hill Chorale at the Kennedy Center, to Regional Chorus, soloist at Trinity UMC in Alexandria VA, bell ringing, amateur and professional musical theater, and a band or two along the way. Currently Nick is focused on spending as much time as possible with his lovely wife and two children. When he's not doing that he's practicing his acoustic guitar and hanging out in the Songwriters Forum here on Guitar Noise. And writing articles and reviews, let's not forget that...

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  1. Matt from Nashville Guitar Lessons
    September 12th, 2010 @ 9:51 am

    This is such a great point. I know if I combed back through my past 15 years of accumulated songs, I’d find a ton that I don’t play anymore but wish I did if I remembered they were already in my fingers!

    I will say that a book is a little 20th century–there are tons of ways to archive your repertoire digitally to give you easy access to it. The easiest way might be to just make a folder of bookmarks to your favorite tabs online. More complicated–create neat PDFs of the tunes you know and keep them in a safe place on your computer.

    Thanks for the great and evocative post!