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Diego Garcia: “El Camino” | Collings

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The Spanish guitarist known as “El Twanguero” plays an original composition on a Collings OM1.

by Collings
March 28, 2019

Guitarist Diego Garcia is known as El Twanguero, and regularly performs in Spain, Mexico, the United States, and elsewhere. He recently stopped by Collings HQ in Austin, Texas, and played a few of his compositions. 

In this video, Diego plays “El Camino” on a Collings OM1, with Indian rosewood back and sides. 


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