Hi From Ireland

zebiddy
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Hi From Ireland

Post by zebiddy » Fri Aug 25, 2017 9:48 pm

Hello, i live in Portrush, a seaside town on the North coast of Ireland.

I started playing guitar when I was about 15, learning chords and songs from a Beatles book of their songs.
I then joined a band and played till i was in my early 20's after which I just dabbled until a few years ago.

I'm now in my mid 40s and started playing a classical guitar a couple of years ago, purely for enjoyment
and relaxation. I play a few hours a day and mostly learn various tabs found on the Internet.
My favourite is Issac Albeniz.

I still have a steel string and and electric guitar which I play occasionally but much prefer my nylon string guitar.

Always hoping to learn more.

Slainte

Hugh

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Re: Hi From Ireland

Post by Erik Zurcher » Fri Aug 25, 2017 9:53 pm

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