Another Brazillian Hello

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Another Brazillian Hello

Post by Rodrigo_Batalha » Mon Nov 13, 2017 9:58 am

Hi everyone.

My name is Rodrigo Batalha, I'm from Brazil, I have a strong desire to become able to play great songs in my guitar with bright, colour and passion. I want to emotion people through out the music. I started playing when I was too young and since so never else I let my guitar aside, it has been a great partner in my life.

I heard very good things about this forum, the organization is incredible too and I hope that within this atmosphere of harmony and wish, We all can be able to make our dreams come true or at least help the others doing that.

I guess that's all.

Thanks to everyone and my sincerely eulogies to the Master Delcamp for this beautifil initiative.

Rodrigo Batalha.
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Re: Another Brazillian Hello

Post by Erik Zurcher » Mon Nov 13, 2017 10:36 am

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

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