Classical guitar's relative cheaper price point than steel string?

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Re: Classical guitar's relative cheaper price point than steel string?

Post by RJVB » Mon Jun 03, 2019 5:57 pm

It wasn't my intention to insult anyone, I was thinking of "the rules" (which apparently have no need to feel concerned either). If anything I was thanking you for not behaving like a discerning troll ;)

I did have the intention to add the remark that no one is made to read (or comment in) topics that are not of interest to them, and everyone is free to stop reading at any time.

I could add something about how me being here, ignoring my dislikes and learning new things but I know when to shut up and why - I suppose that makes me a discreet person :casque: :bye:
Gretsch G9240 "Alligator" wood-body resonator converted to non-metal strings (China, 2018?)
Bolink baroque violin (Hilversum, 1982)
Formerly: Brian Cohen baroque violin (London, 1985), Nadegini modern violin (Paris, 1924)

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