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theotherguitarist11
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Post by theotherguitarist11 » Sun Feb 04, 2018 8:12 am

Hi. I realized that I needed to write a post like this before anything else, so here goes...

I have played the guitar for 12 years or so. I started out on an old classical guitar, playing mostly Metallica songs. From there I went to electric and acoustic guitar. I like many different types of music, but I'm mostly into the more extreme forms of metal. I like to write my own music a lot. I rather come up with my own stuff than play other peoples music for the most part. I'd like to get another classical guitar when I can afford it since my old one is cracked and has very bad intonation. Or maybe a crossover guitar since the necks are a bit wide on classical guitars.

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Post by Erik Zurcher » Sun Feb 04, 2018 8:43 am

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