I appreciate your common-sense approach.Hybrid wrote:People are shorter, taller, longer forearms, shorter forearms, shorter, longer fingers, etc etc. There can be no one
default wrist position that will fit everybody.
I concur.zinc1024 wrote:Not to say it can't or doesn't work. It's pretty surely not the modern canonical way to go re: right hand ergonomics, though. Any beginner should "shop around" before going down this particular path; make a very informed decision, as it'll be very difficult to re-learn if required later.
Tarbaby wrote:Hi junbo. Welcome back to the forum and to the guitar!
I'm afraid Mssr. Delcamp will probably not respond to your message. He's very busy with all the forums and not very confident with his English. He also probably does not have an Email address for Alice.
In 2003, I wanted to contact her to help me get in touch with her long-time friend Sergio Abreu, so I could buy one of his guitars. I got her Email address by asking at the New York City Classical Guitar Society:
They sent it to me the same day!
What a thrill it must have been for you to spend time showing her around. She's a very nice person!
ps. You could also respond to her on one of her videos on YouTube.
If so I'm disguising myself from myself too! No, not Kevin R. Gallagher ("whoever he was" to quote Bob Dylan). I'm one of the great unwashed masses of amateur guitar playing "Kevin's"...Cary W wrote:By the way, zinc1024, is that an alias for Kevin R. Gallagher? One hears of royalty disguising themselves to walk among the common folk.