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Luke Bartlett
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Hello

Post by Luke Bartlett » Wed Apr 19, 2017 12:56 pm

Hi, I'm Luke! I'm 16, live in Weston-super-Mare (near Bristol, UK) and have been playing guitar for about 6 and a half years. I started learning 'contemparary' electric and acoustic guitar using a variety of DVD and online resources and since autumn 2014 have supplemented that with classical guitar​ tuition (though I don't currently have a teacher). Over the past few months I have achieved grade 8 electric (RSL) and grade 5 classical​ (trinity) exams, both at distinction :) . There are no local classical teachers in my town so I'm now looking for online resources (hence why I found this place), any recommendations or experiences​ are much appreciated!

Thanks for having me here :D
Luke

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Re: Hello

Post by Erik Zurcher » Wed Apr 19, 2017 1:17 pm

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