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About Rubberband

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  • Birthday 11/14/1988

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  1. Thanks to both of you! Yeah, it has been strange moving from being reasonably competent at one instrument (I haven't played in several years) to being a total novice at another. It's definitely helped me in some respects as you say V, but I have just ended up confusing myself with other things! It's a constant reminder of what I can't do yet, hah. I'm not really looking into classical guitar no, especially since what I bought was an Epiphone Dot :)! Basically I want to be able to write songs, and the piano has always been a performance instrument for me, not something I feel like I could
  2. Damn, that's what I was worried about. I grew up playing classical piano so I'm used to a very formal setting for learning, plus I'm not terribly confident, so I definitely get panicked at the thought of teaching myself any instrument! Thanks for the link, I'll definitely check it out. I feel that if I'm going to teach myself I'll at least need a structured course. I've heard great things about Metal Method, it looks really good and it's affordable, but like basically every course I've seen it's really geared towards hard rock. That's cool and I do listen to it and want to learn how to pl
  3. Hey, I've just bought myself a guitar the other day and I'm looking for a teacher. Trouble is, I don't really know how to go about finding a good one. Should I be looking for any particular accredited boards? What would be a reasonable rate? I'm a student, so I don't have bags of money, but I'd rather have half as many lessons with a better teacher if that made the difference... Any advice would be much appreciated!
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