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Classical Guitar / Nylon Strings?

posted on #1
Posts: 8
Joined: 06.12.12
Hi there,

I'm just curious who plays the classical/nylon stringed guitar and might be interested in helping me develop a few wikiloops templates/songs... I've had a rough year so I have no more decent instruments, but I have a few songs semi-developed that I am (almost literally) dying to share here... I am not professional enough on the guitar for proper collaborations and my recording abilities are next to nil at this time. I have a playlist of songs on YouTube I will share - If you are interested, please do let me know.

Thank you,

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posted on #2
Posts: 114
Joined: 03.02.13
Hi there Michael, just to let you know your Youtube link isn't working .
posted on #3
Posts: 10
Joined: 30.01.16
Hi Shi, that's right, but when you copy and paste the link then it works. ;)
Edited by Woodstock on 24-02-2017 10:15
posted on #4
Posts: 181
Joined: 01.02.14
Hey Neal,
very good stuff there. I like the most of your tracks, its pure you. Thats what i can hear. Bravo :)
Rockin´ in a free world !
posted on #5
Posts: 44
Joined: 03.12.14
I actually play the classical guitar more than the electric. sadly, i can't really record my classical guitar because of it being 100% acoustic, and i don't have a good microphone. it is something i want to invest money in, in the future.
My picture = Faceswapping with a wax doll.. yea, creepy. <3
posted on #6
Posts: 8
Joined: 06.12.12
Yep, Thanks for listening and comments. I've had a tough year, on my way back up somehow hah. I shall keep working on it. :)
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