Trying to learn classic guitar in Denmark

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Trying to learn classic guitar in Denmark

Post by pbekkerh » Mon Sep 02, 2019 1:37 am

When(much) younger I played in a rockband and then for years only played a little at home on a cheap classical guitar.

Now I've started to relearn what I used to know and also learning classical guitar, which I never could before.

To have the right equipment, when I got better, I started browsing different sales fora and was very lucky, so now I have a lot of nice guitars, even if I don't play very well, but then I can only blame myself.

I have also renovated some guitars but didn't sell them as planned, as I put to many hours in them and they turned out so nice instruments.
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Amalio Burguet 1F
Amalio Burguet 2M
Sigma DR-28
Fender CP-60S Parlor
Yamaha APX-T2
4 Romantique
Hopf Baroque replica
D'Orso bass lute
Ibanez V7212 12 string
Cordoba Mini M in A & E
Yamaha APX-T2 Travel
Mahimahi Soprano & Concerto uku

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Re: Trying to learn classic guitar in Denmark

Post by Erik Zurcher » Mon Sep 02, 2019 5:41 am

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"While you try to master classical guitar, prepare for a slave's life: the guitar will forever be your master and you its slave".

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Re: Trying to learn classic guitar in Denmark

Post by Deepflows » Mon Sep 09, 2019 3:56 pm

Sounds like you're having as much fun working on the instruments as you have playing them! I wish I could do that kind of work. Welcome to the forums, too!

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Re: Trying to learn classic guitar in Denmark

Post by Cincy2 » Mon Sep 09, 2019 4:38 pm

Great job on your collection. Each is like a close friend, unique in its own ways and something we share our secrets with.

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A wood box, empty
A sensitive heart, too full
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