Guitar Cafe by Armando Derecho

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Taloy54
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Guitar Cafe by Armando Derecho

Postby Taloy54 » Thu Aug 02, 2012 6:59 am

Hello Fellow Delcampers in the Philippines,

Armando "Tabo" Derecho is organizing a Guitar Cafe Project, where guitarist of all levels are welcome for coffee and cookies every first sunday of the month, starting August 5, 5 pm at 53 Timog Ave., Quezon City.

See you all there :bye:

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robb
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Re: Guitar Cafe by Armando Derecho

Postby robb » Thu Aug 02, 2012 7:26 am

Sounds awesome. Wish I was in the Philippines.

Taloy54
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Re: Guitar Cafe by Armando Derecho

Postby Taloy54 » Fri Aug 03, 2012 3:19 am

robb wrote:Sounds awesome. Wish I was in the Philippines.


Have you seen how much raining we have been getting these past days? I could not take my guitars out of their cases even though the hygrometer reads 00 % moisture (it only has two digits so it can not display 100%!)

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GuitarVlog
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Re: Guitar Cafe by Armando Derecho

Postby GuitarVlog » Fri Apr 19, 2013 9:38 pm

Is this still going on? I have a friend who is traveling to the Philippines.
3 IMPORTANT THINGS: (A) A minimum of 30 minutes of focused practice everyday is essential. (B) You can find good guitars from $100-$400. (C) Your practice and musicality are more important than your guitar.


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