Hello from New England...

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Hello from New England...

Post by Digitallake » Mon Feb 12, 2018 3:14 pm

Hi All,

I’m a self-taught guitarist (now on again). Started playing when I was 5, had lessons for only a very short time then continued on my own. I stopped for a long time then started up again and have been playing steel string for the last 5 or so years but recently have taken a detour to explore bossa nova and now want to go back to classical- which i never really got completely familiar with in terms of playing. I’m looking to join a community of nylon string players and learn what I can... (I also noticed the free sheet music and lessons etc :casque:) . My theory is weirdly spotty so I’m also trying to connect dots so i can functional enough to improvise in an informed manner in the future. With a background in industrial design I also have a lot of woodworking experience and am interested in exploring guitar making - if i can eek out the time.

...This site comes up a lot when i google guitar related things so thought i’d commit to joining!

Looking forward to learning, Thanks!


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Re: Hello from New England...

Post by Erik Zurcher » Mon Feb 12, 2018 4:15 pm

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

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Re: Hello from New England...

Post by patsorenson » Sat Feb 17, 2018 1:42 am

Hi LM, welcome to the forum! I am a new member myself having joined about a month ago and my experience here has been great. I read many posts on the forum discussions on instruments and recently got a new guitar that fits me better and that I'm really enjoying. Also have found lots of fun easy music from searching posts here. There is so much here and I've just scratched the surface. I'm sure you'll get a LOT from this forum. Good luck with your studies!

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