Thank you for listening, Bacsidoan!
Maybe my decades of time on sailing vessels has made the barcarole a more natural rhythm for me than some others.
The guitar does have a lovely voice...I've noticed that it has more sustain and overtones than my other guitar. This presents a challenge in that I have to damp more things than previously with my other guitar.
My other guitar has very good sustain as well, but I usually just needed to damp the same note I had played elsewhere when the full value was complete. With this guitar, playing the open B string will noticeably excite the D string and in dropped D, that means both D strings need to be damped when I play D or B, when the note should end. So many more things are ringing and need to be controlled. I'll get the hang of it, I'm sure!
When the sun shines, bask.
Classical Guitar forever!