Greetings from Namibia!

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Greetings from Namibia!

Post by namber » Mon Aug 19, 2019 1:00 am

1) Do you play guitar? Are you a lover of guitar music, but don't play yourself? Are you a Luthier?
I actually do not play guitar. I haven for a while and Im trying again
2) How long have you played? What is your experience? How old (young) were you when you started? Or did you just start last week?
2 years of experience.
3) Do you take lessons? Or are you self-taught? Are you a teacher of Classical Guitar?
I take lessons at my local conservatory
4) Did you start with another type of guitar or musical instrument, and then discover the Classical Guitar?
The guitar was my first
5) What type of music are you particularly interested in? What pieces are you currently working on?
Baroque. Purely baroque
6) Do you have a large gap in your life when you stopped playing the guitar?
Yes. 5 years

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Erik Zurcher
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Re: Greetings from Namibia!

Post by Erik Zurcher » Mon Aug 19, 2019 6:54 am

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

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