Hi, i'm dara

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daraconn

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Hi there everyone! I've decided to try (again) to learn to play the guitar. I've taken my old, long-neglected, guitar out of the shed, had it restrung, and signed up for a year's subscription to Guitar Tricks.

My guitar is a nylon-string acoustic Kiso Suzuki G-100. I've had it since I was 8 years old (40 years ago!) It hasn't been well treated over the years but it still looks and sounds good!

I've been really enjoying Lisa's Absolute Beginners lessons. I really wanted to start from scratch and build up from a solid foundation. My "project" is to follow the courses systematically and see what happens!

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Hi there everyone! I've decided to try (again) to learn to play the guitar. I've taken my old, long-neglected, guitar out of the shed, had it restrung, and signed up for a year's subscription to Guitar Tricks.

My guitar is a nylon-string acoustic Kiso Suzuki G-100. I've had it since I was 8 years old (40 years ago!) It hasn't been well treated over the years but it still looks and sounds good!

I've been really enjoying Lisa's Absolute Beginners lessons. I really wanted to start from scratch and build up from a solid foundation. My "project" is to follow the courses systematically and see what happens!

William MG

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Joined: 03/08/19

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Welcome Dara.

Hoping you finally get to play that guitar!

"If it sounds cool, it is cool!"

Mike O

Works for me!

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Welcome Dara.

Hoping you finally get to play that guitar!

"If it sounds cool, it is cool!"

Mike O

Works for me!

daraconn

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Joined: 09/21/19

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Reporting back after the first 4 weeks.

It's going well for me so far. It's day 28 and I haven't missed a day so far. I've been working my way through the guitar fundamentals course and I think I'm really building a solid foundation. Lisa's a really good teacher.

Of course I'm still clumsy and often hit the wrong string but gradually I think I am gaining a "feel" for the guitar.

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Reporting back after the first 4 weeks.

It's going well for me so far. It's day 28 and I haven't missed a day so far. I've been working my way through the guitar fundamentals course and I think I'm really building a solid foundation. Lisa's a really good teacher.

Of course I'm still clumsy and often hit the wrong string but gradually I think I am gaining a "feel" for the guitar.

William MG

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Joined: 03/08/19

Posts: 682

Good news Dara! Keep that enthusiasm going!

"If it sounds cool, it is cool!"

Mike O

Works for me!

#4

Good news Dara! Keep that enthusiasm going!

"If it sounds cool, it is cool!"

Mike O

Works for me!