Hi from west New York New Jersey?

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Hi from west New York New Jersey?

Post by Arteaga » Thu Feb 01, 2018 4:10 pm

Been kinda playing electric and acoustic since high school but never seriously, about a year ago got my first nylon string an old Giannini and since guitars have been showing up. Got and old Yamaha no 150, old aria and Alvarez, none are probably comparable to a Ramirez or something old but I can’t stop playing them, can’t read music or at least too lazy to but do read tab and have song riffs from Asturias and capricho down, really trying to get into this but kind of lost. Th. But since getting back into guitar I’ve been able to handle after work stress a lot better, just zone out and hit two strings. 32 turning 33 on the 7th, American born, Cuban parents, history major, sell books for a living.

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Erik Zurcher
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Re: Hi from west New York New Jersey?

Post by Erik Zurcher » Thu Feb 01, 2018 4:12 pm

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

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