Purcell, Henry - Prelude - Video

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glassynails
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Purcell, Henry - Prelude - Video

Postby glassynails » Mon Nov 14, 2016 3:05 am

I've been playing it for about a week. Nice little easy piece that I always wanted to learn.

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"GLASSYNAILS" on Youtoob for my "no edit" - "no fakery" audio recordings. Just me, my Alhambra 7p spruce, and an Olympus ls-10 portable recorder.

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Re: Purcell, Henry - Prelude - Video

Postby tateharmann » Tue Nov 22, 2016 6:05 pm

Lovely man!! Sweet tone and clean soulfull playing :)

Why buy a different guitar when the 7p sounds sooo good?? Haha
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Re: Purcell, Henry - Prelude - Video

Postby glassynails » Thu Nov 24, 2016 10:00 pm

tateharmann wrote:Lovely man!! Sweet tone and clean soulfull playing :)

Why buy a different guitar when the 7p sounds sooo good?? Haha


Thanks. I spec the tempo up a little by mistake a little bit into the piece. I'll try to be updating with a new recording on my YT channel. Yeah, I've been humidifying my guitar lately (after neglecting it for years) and put on some new Aranjuez strings and polished my nails, so I think the guitar is sounding a little better these days. I'd still like to get a better guitar though, someday. I might be coming into some money in the future, so maybe.
"GLASSYNAILS" on Youtoob for my "no edit" - "no fakery" audio recordings. Just me, my Alhambra 7p spruce, and an Olympus ls-10 portable recorder.


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