The classical guitar is an instrument for experimentation and contemplation for Scotland-born guitarist David Allison. Although his compositions are rooted within the Celtic custom, Allison combines solid melodies with pc sampling and tape looping to weave a texturally-rich tapestry. “The Scotsman” described that Allison is definitely “at his greatest in the contemplative, exploratory, vein”, while, “The List” remarked that “utilizing a looping technique, (Allison) constructs areas of sound which are nearer MODERN than Scots traditional, even more ambient than jazz”. Allison’s debut recording, “Reporting”, was made by Scottish singer-songwriter Dougie MacLean and released in 1994 on MacLean’s label, Dunkeld. His second recording, “Electric guitar Gi-tar”, offering accompaniment by drummer Chris Smith and tabla participant Vijay Kangutkar, implemented two years afterwards. Allison’s third record, “Acoustic Thoughts”, released in 1998, included fourteen monitors along with a Compact disc ROM dietary supplement. Allison’s structure, “Communique”, can be used as the name music for the Scottish tv series, “Arts And Parts”. Furthermore to working being a program musician in Lon Angeles, Allison created a live record, “Flamenco Live”, by Seville-based flamenco music group, Jaleo.