Greetings from Tuscany, Italy

Leonardo Tosi
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Greetings from Tuscany, Italy

Post by Leonardo Tosi » Thu Sep 05, 2019 10:10 pm

Hello everybody, glad to be here.
A little about me: my name is Leonardo, I am 53 and I am a beginner, I have just started playing guitar for a few weeks. In fact so far I have learnt a few chords as a self-taught student.
I can't play any other instrument and I would really like playing classical guitar.
So I will commit myself studying and hope to advance in learning how to play guitar with your help also! :D
English is not my first language so if it possible some help with language issues will be welcome as well!
Thank you :bye:

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Re: Greetings from Tuscany, Italy

Post by Erik Zurcher » Thu Sep 05, 2019 10:31 pm

Hello Leonardo and welcome to Delcamp forum! Enjoy yourself and see you around! If language is a problem, please join the Italian forum as well: https://www.chitarraclassicadelcamp.com/

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