'Ni hao' from Taipei, Taiwan.

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'Ni hao' from Taipei, Taiwan.

Post by jason790420 » Sun Apr 09, 2017 7:38 am

Pleasure to be here, this is CY from Taipei, Taiwan.
Just started learning guitar, haven't even had my first lesson yet.
And they weren't easy to find.
Most music studios here teach folk guitar, and simply couldn't harbor enough students to keep a teacher staying.
Not knowing if I could find decent teaching materials, I thought I'd practice some basics by myself via the internet,
and my problems brought me here.

After seeing the small number of people who plays classical guitars here in Taiwan,
I am simply elated to see so many friends who share similar interests here.
It was music that strung us together, as staves strung notes.


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Re: 'Ni hao' from Taipei, Taiwan.

Post by George Crocket » Sun Apr 09, 2017 8:06 am

Hello CY. Welcome to the Delcamp classical guitar forum. There are so many solitary guitarists out there thinking they are alone. But here we have a worldwide community of guitarists. :discussion:

If you have not already done so, please have a look at our welcome page for more information about the forum and its rules. Once you have posted a second message you will be able to access all the mp3 files and videos in our recording sections, all the members' scores and levels 1 - 3 of the Delcamp score collection, and post your own scores and recordings. After 20 posts you may subscribe to the 020 usergroup with associated membership privileges including access to the higher levels of sheet music in Delcamp's library (see here).

It is helpful if members include their location in their Profile - click on your username and edit.

Enjoy your visits.
2010 Stephen Eden spruce/cocobolo classical guitar
2012 Stephen Eden cedar/IRW classical guitar

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Re: 'Ni hao' from Taipei, Taiwan.

Post by jason790420 » Sun Apr 09, 2017 1:58 pm

There is something that I would really like to know though.
I saw it that by submitting, one message every month is required.
I was wondering that if all my questions were previously asked and answered,
and that I have nothing yet to supply,
how do I post messages without spamming or providing useless information to the forum?
Is there a suggestion on how to do it?

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Re: 'Ni hao' from Taipei, Taiwan.

Post by oski79 » Sun Apr 09, 2017 2:23 pm

You could greet new members, or you could comment on members' recordings, videos, or compositions.
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Re: 'Ni hao' from Taipei, Taiwan.

Post by AndyPurkis » Sun Apr 09, 2017 8:43 pm

Hello CY I have recently started the online lessons within this forum and highly recommend it. The critique given to my own playing and others is very benificial.


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Re: 'Ni hao' from Taipei, Taiwan.

Post by Luuttuaja » Tue Apr 11, 2017 10:15 pm

Hello and welcome to the forum! Good luck with your guitar studies.

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