Hello from Paris


Hello from Paris

Post by barthelemy » Mon Jan 14, 2019 8:44 am

Hi !

I'm a musician from Paris (Montreuil actually), France. I'm a profesionnal in my style, wich is jazz (gypsy and electric) but happen to be in love with classical guitar playing. I'd like to get better at it, wich means also learn an master the use of rest strokes for exemple.
I own a nylon cutaway guitar, wich sound good in my opinion, even if not close to a luthier guitar (I also own a gypsy guitar, made by hand by a french luthier, and of course no comparaison).

I hope to find some useful informations here as to how to get into it and find some pieces to play. I was originally looking for progressive repertoires, but without really knowing where to look, I quickly find myself playing open strings or eight bars pieces. Not to says this is not useful, but really frustrating...

Anyway, hope to talk to you soon, if anyone already has some leads it would e great :)

Have a good one !

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Erik Zurcher
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Re: Hello from Paris

Post by Erik Zurcher » Mon Jan 14, 2019 8:46 am

Hello Barthelemy and welcome to Delcamp forum! Enjoy yourself and see you around!

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