Learning Guitar in Viet Nam

phanthienson6
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Learning Guitar in Viet Nam

Post by phanthienson6 » Thu Jun 08, 2017 3:34 am

I am play guitar, i have played for 6 years. My experiences in playing guitar are listen and then play by ears and play tremolo but my tremolo is not very clear. I started playing guitar when I were 11 years old. I took lessons from my teacher in my city. I did not start with any type of guitar or musical instrument, my teacher taught Classical guitar when I joined his class. I am interested in classical music, I am working on ''Sevilla'' - Albeniz. I do not have any large gap in my life when i stopped playing guitar. I am interested in Albeniz's composes, my idol is Julian Bream and John Williams. My name is Thien Son. Thanks for reading my introduction !! :merci:

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Re: Learning Guitar in Viet Nam

Post by Erik Zurcher » Thu Jun 08, 2017 7:21 am

Hello Thien Son and welcome to Delcamp forum! Enjoy yourself and see you around!

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