Hi From Gloucester

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Hi From Gloucester

Post by djwilliams » Mon Jun 12, 2017 7:35 am

My name is Dave and I live in the above location. I started trying to learn guitar when I was 15 and started with an electric guitar. I took some lessons but got to the stage where I wanted to learn how to play properly. I taught myself music notation from a book and I started classical guitar lessons of 0.5 hour duration per week. I took the lessons for around 6 years but gave up when I got into sport.

My guitar sat on top of my wardrobe for 10 years until one day I though to myself I wonder if I can still play it? I did surprise myself that although very rusting with the fingers I could remember what I was doing and got underway again fairly quickly. I tend to play most days and I am continually improving. I tend to set myself a challenge of learning a piece (which generally takes some time). I am attempting the Hungarian dances at the moment. I like to experiment with different styles modern and old

Looking forward to speaking with you

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Erik Zurcher
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Re: Hi From Gloucester

Post by Erik Zurcher » Mon Jun 12, 2017 7:51 am

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

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