I'm an old guy and have been playing classical guitar for more than fifty years. I'm way past my best and currently struggling with arthritis and deafness but still get a whole lot of entertainment from playing the guitar. I like all sorts of guitar music from the 1500s to the present day particularly Dowland, Cutting, Bach, Scarlatti, Sor, Tarrega, all the Spanish Romantics, Villa-Lobos, Barrios, Koshkin, to name a few. Currently working on a few Dowlands, a Bach gigue and occasionally the D minor Chaconne as well as some of Enrique Granados' Valses Poeticos and Prelude #3 by Villa-Lobos. Some of these I may post to my YouTube channel in the fullness of time. On account of my deafness I exclusively play a classical style travel guitar (Miranda) which outputs to an ear piece. I have to use just the one ear because my right ear hears notes three semitones higher than my left which is no use to anyone.