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(@german)
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Hi, everybody...... I was looking for easy songs as I wanted to learn to play the guitar… and y found this site …..I really love it, I have to congratulate the writers the explanations are awesome…….although I am not an English speaker (as you will notice with my grammatical and vocabulary mistakes), I could understand almost everything, and now I am playing some songs, I `ve learned. I hope I can learn more and more…..and improve both my English and Guitar skills…… I read the Absolute Beginner Lessons, so I'm not any more an absolute beginner, now I am just a Beginner. I have an Acoustic guitar, what here we call a “ Guitarra Criolla”(I think so) . Well that's all for now….I hope to talking with you again,
Germán
P.s: Sorry for the mistakes ;-)


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 Pet
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Hi German,

Welcome to GuitarNoise :D

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Welcome to GuitarNoise

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Welcome to Guitar Noise, German! We look forward to seeing you around the forums! :D

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(@katmetal)
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Welcome aboard! :)


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 geoo
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Welcome to GN German.. I'd love to visit Argentina someday.

Jim

“The hardest thing in life is to know which bridge to cross and which to burn” - David Russell (Scottish classical Guitarist. b.1942)


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(@german)
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Welcome to GN German.. I'd love to visit Argentina someday.

Jim It´s a nice country(despite some problems) I`d love to visit the US someday....

Thanks for your welcome.......(i don´t know if this is suitable), I'm very happy with the possibility of learning how to play the guitar in English……it´s very interesting, and you are really friendly…..
I´ve progress quite a lot, considering that I “discovered” this web just some days ago…now I´m playing some songs.(Eleanor Rigby…..and Horse whit No Name)
Thanks a lot GuitarNoise, and it´s users……

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 Nuno
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Hola Germán! :D

Hacía tiempo que no escribía... welcome to GN!


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 geoo
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I think every country has some problems. :)
I have an Acoustic guitar, what here we call a “ Guitarra Criolla”(I think so)

Interesting that you would refer to it as Guitarra Criolla instead of Guitarra Acústica. Criolla means creole to us, which are French decendants living in the Louisiana(USA) area usually. I study language, particularly English and Spanish, so that is why it arouses my curiosity.

Anyways, welcome again. :)

Jim

“The hardest thing in life is to know which bridge to cross and which to burn” - David Russell (Scottish classical Guitarist. b.1942)


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Welcome to GN!

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