Happy New Year from San Francisco!

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Happy New Year from San Francisco!

Post by rfwagner » Mon Jan 01, 2018 9:26 pm

Hi All,

I've been playing guitar for quite a few years - but always steel string acoustic or electric, and always with a pick. For the last ten years or so I've mostly been flatpicking fiddle tunes on a steel string. I've also dabbled in classic rock/jam rock on electric at different times.

I started getting interested in finger style jazz recently, which led me to Earl Klugh, which got me interested in nylon string guitars. I've never owned one and finally pulled the trigger on a Kremona Solea SA-C and have been having a lot of fun with it over the holiday break. I picked up 50 Easy Classical Pieces by Jerry Willard and it's been a ton of fun trying to get a couple of the pieces worked up.

I really appreciate all the knowledge and friendly advise freely dispensed on this well organized site!

Take care,


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Erik Zurcher
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Re: Happy New Year from San Francisco!

Post by Erik Zurcher » Mon Jan 01, 2018 9:38 pm

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

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