Guitarist Hedras Ramos Jr.’s Fretboard Wizardry


Guitarist Hedras Ramos Jr. is shaping up to be quite the guitar prodigy. The young Guatemalan guitarist’s fretboard wizardry and incredible tapping technique has caught the eye of several guitar maestros including Michael Lee Firkins and Jennifer Batten.
Playing a 7 string Halo guitar out-fitted with Seymour Duncan SH-2 Jazz in the neck and a SH-4 JB in the bridge, Ramos Jr. came runner-up at the recent Ziua Chitarelor 3 guitar competition in Bucharest.
Ramos Jr. has made the following statement on his Seymour Duncan Pickup’s.
“Seymour Duncan pickups are amazing!!! These humbuckers give me a lot of tones, from warm jazzy to nasty gain and sustain. It’s amazing the feel and tone you get!!! I’m glad I’m working with them!!!”
You can find Ramos Jr.’s third album, Atoms and Space, on iTunes and Amazon.
Check out the video below of Ramos Jr. in action

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