Au revoir Beginner's Impressions! Its been a blast.
When one starts out on a new venture, its not certain what will happen and where it will take you. Three years, 25,000 views and almost 100 pages later I am very grateful for all the kind comments and encouragement and inspiration and mutual sharing, from your wonderful folks at Delcamp. There are too many of you to name for surely I would inadvertently leave a deserving someone out. Let's just leave your identities in the pages of the thread as it happened over time.
I think learning classical guitar is not easy, else anyone could do it in a fast way. As my enthusiasm ebbed and flowed this forum support has been critical for my continued development.
I browsed back through this thread last night and it was great to refresh the journey, the humor still tickles me. I am very happy to have developed to my present stage. Now its time to move on, no longer a beginner.
There is a quote from Shakespeare that seems appropriate for this point in time:
from William Shakespeare's tragedy, Troilus and Cressida, Act 1, Scene 2
Things won are done, joy's soul lies in the doing
Not sure what will happen to this thread, but, I will stop posting to it. Not sure if another learning experience thread will come, but, play on mes amis
. See you on the forum.
Very best wishes to all. Ray