Maycown Reichembach Uses:
Maycown plays guitar using the 8 fingers´ technique, that consists on performing arpeggios with both hands. When a hand executes an arpeggio patttern, the other hand, does another, creating a high speed jazz- fusion sound.
His guitar talent is well–known not only by specialized press like Guitar Player, Cover Guitarra,Guitar Class,but also by colleagues as Steve Vai, Greg Howe, Kiko Loureiro. His musical influences comes from funk, rock music (Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, Steve Vai, Joe Satriani, Shawn Lane), jazz (John Coltrane,Charlie Parker, Pat Metheny), and classical music (Johann Sebastian Bach, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Ludwig van Beethoven, Maurice Ravel, Igor Stravinskyand Claude Debussy).
He has shared stage with international celebrities such as drummer Mannys Monteiro (Jaco Pastorius), bass player Arthur Maia (Djavan, Gilberto Gil, Ivan Lins), Kiko Loureiro (Angra (band)), Greg Howe (Michael Jackson, Enrique Iglesias, Justin Timberlake), bass player Stu Hamm (Joe Satriani, Steve Vai, Frank Gambale), Guinga, Guillermo Zarba among others.
Between 2008 and 2010, Maycown was the Machaca Böffe´s guitarist, an Argentine band that mixes different styles from rock funk, alternative pop, up to canzonetta.
In 2011, Maycown Reichembach´s band – with Maycown (guitar), Gustavo Meli (drums), Andrés Pelican (bass), Mauro Laiolo (Hammond) – was chosen as guest band for Greg Howe´s tour in Argentina, promoting his Sound Proof´s album in Buenos Aires and Rosario.
In Argentina, he is the creator and performer of the Guitar Experience Festival, the biggest electronic guitar´s exhibition of the country, whose fitth edition took place in Buenos Aires in April 2013.The Guitar Experience Festival consists of two or three shows of professionals of various genres from different Latin American countries. The festival, is hosted by BA MÚSICA, Buenos Aires´ Culture Secretary.
Reichembach is also the conductor and composer of the classical and popular music orchestra Maycown Reichembach & Micro Orquesta as well as several theater plays.
Most recently, he arranged and orchestrated two Guillermo Zarba´s pieces called “Libations” and “The Time Of Water” for the Symphony Orchestra of Rio de la Plata.
Currently Reichembach shows the new album “Awakening the Spirit World Tour”. He is the Transcription Director at TTM Transcribí tu música – first Latin American company specialize in music transcriptions-, and also guitar, composition, arrangement, orchestration teatcher.