Hello from Pleasant Grove Utah USA

dlignell
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Hello from Pleasant Grove Utah USA

Post by dlignell » Wed Oct 04, 2017 10:34 am

My name is David. I have been playing classical guitar for around 22 years. I had a class in high school that focused on chords and some basic finger picking patterns. I also took two introductory colleges courses in classical guitar, though I consider myself almost entirely self taught. I am probably an intermediate player. I reached a certain level and maintained it for a long time without real progression. Recently, I have made a more serious effort at practice and study. I play a Raimundo guitar. I’m also a Mormon, a dad, and an engineer. When I work on my motorcycle and my car, success is measured in terms of my fingernails.

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Re: Hello from Pleasant Grove Utah USA

Post by GeoffB » Wed Oct 04, 2017 11:30 am

Hello David,

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David Norton
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Re: Hello from Pleasant Grove Utah USA

Post by David Norton » Wed Oct 04, 2017 11:55 am

Hello David,

As you are in Utah, here is the link to the Utah Classical Guitar Society (based in Salt Lake City):
www.ucgs.org

Please feel welcome to attend any of our events.
David Norton
Salt Lake City, UT

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