Marko RĂ¤sĂ¤nen wrote:Hi Julien,
I have a similar musical background to yours, the main difference being that I studied classical guitar with a teacher for 3 years in my teens. After 20 years break from guitar playing, I picked up classical less than a year ago, and started self studying with Noad. You have already had some good advice, but I would like to add my own suggestions.
Michael Moore wrote:The online Delcamp lessons look fantastic. He has a workshop starting up in September on here. If I was you I would jump on that as it seems to fit in perfectly with your situation. Check out the thread in online lessons.
Michael Moore wrote:Did you find those 3 years being tutored enabled you to get back into the swing of things fairly quick. I only say this as I was surprised at how much I had remembered (without teacher) when I first picked up guitar again.
Michael.N. wrote:Of course it's perfectly possible to learn to play the Classical Guitar without a teacher. Hardly the easiest or the best route though. It's very easy to think that you have good technique when in fact you may well be playing with all manner of faults. It just isn't that easy for someone who is relatively new to the Classical Guitar to spot those faults and mistakes.
Teacherless and with this in mind I suggest the Kanengiser and the Tennant DVD's. . . . and a full length mirror.
HNLim wrote:Slow and steady wins the race!
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