Hi George, I will definitely pop along to the BMG venue held at the Davison High School held 2 - 4 March 2018George Crocket wrote: ↑Tue Feb 13, 2018 8:20 amHello Teatimerob. Welcome to the forum.
Along with a few hundred others, I shall be visiting Worthing during the first weekend in March for the British Banjo Mandolin and Guitar Federation Festival (BMG for short). There are concerts, workshops and competitions galore.The BMG website is the route for more information. It is too late to enter the competitions, and many (but probably not all) workshops will be full. Nonetheless it may be interesting for you to drop by, see what is going on, and perhaps meet some local guitarists.
Hi Stephen,Stephen Kenyon wrote: ↑Tue Feb 13, 2018 11:39 amWelcome from further west along the coast
There certainly are teachers within a reasonable distance, go along to West Sussex Guitar Club as Les suggests and ask! Getting some lessons would be the single most important thing you can do.
Not at all biased
Bernhard Heimann wrote: ↑Wed Feb 14, 2018 7:07 pmHi,
thank you for your mindful study of the Sagreras Lecciones.
Concerning Sagreras "Las Primeras Lecciones", #23:
The published version obviously doesn't contain some corrections that have been made in the meantime.
Lesson #23 should like like this:
Former coordinator of the Delcamp Sagreras Project
Hi BernhardBernhard Heimann wrote: ↑Wed Feb 14, 2018 7:18 pmHi again,
when you study the Sagereras "Lecciones", you will find a rather big step forward when
moving from "Primeras" to "Segundas" which are significantly more difficult. One possibility to bridge this gap might be
studying the Delcamp volumes D02 and D03 after finishing Sagreras "Primeras".
But you'll find many musical gems in the following Sagreras "Lecciones" volumes, not only "plain" study material.