New member in germany!

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DaFlake

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Joined: 05/21/07

Posts: 3

Hey all! I have been plucking at a guitar that I have for far too long and decided to see if Guitar Tricks can help me advance my learning. So, I signed up for a year and have started to dig in as well as dedicate time for practice!

I currently have two guitars, both are acoustic. One is a Yamaha cheapie that I bought to bang about on and the other is an Ovation Balladeer that was given to me years ago. The ovation is a great guitar but I camp and wanted something that I wouldn’t worry about damaging, hence the Yamaha.

I have a music background (years of band in school) but never tried to understand guitar. Hopefully with a little dedication, I can make this transition and have some fun in the process. I look forward to working with you guys!

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Hey all! I have been plucking at a guitar that I have for far too long and decided to see if Guitar Tricks can help me advance my learning. So, I signed up for a year and have started to dig in as well as dedicate time for practice!

I currently have two guitars, both are acoustic. One is a Yamaha cheapie that I bought to bang about on and the other is an Ovation Balladeer that was given to me years ago. The ovation is a great guitar but I camp and wanted something that I wouldn’t worry about damaging, hence the Yamaha.

I have a music background (years of band in school) but never tried to understand guitar. Hopefully with a little dedication, I can make this transition and have some fun in the process. I look forward to working with you guys!

Guitar Tricks Admin

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Joined: 09/28/05

Posts: 1733

Hello and welcome!

Thanks for sharing your story - we hope we can make this the best learning experience for you.

Cheers to you!

If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please contact us.

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Hello and welcome!

Thanks for sharing your story - we hope we can make this the best learning experience for you.

Cheers to you!

If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please contact us.

Tom Sklenar

Registered User

Joined: 07/25/17

Posts: 52

Hello and welcome to the forum!

Greetings from Czech republic! I am looking forward to meet you here on the forum!

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Hello and welcome to the forum!

Greetings from Czech republic! I am looking forward to meet you here on the forum!