Posted on February 2, 2013
This is me and my intro. Looking forward to playing and learning with everyone.
This entry was posted in Course Introductions and tagged ColinJagoe.
Now that I know there is a tenor guitar I really have no interest in learning the six string variety. . Of course now I have to find a tenor guitar, save the money and learn to play it 🙂 I am beginning to think I have some weird kind of thing going with four stringed instruments.
Wow! Great to know – I hadn’t heard of these tenor guitars either… Should be fun to see you explore what it can do (I smell an assignment, methinks).
Another assignment that your video made me think of (and that Alan got going I think) is that each of our guitars has a story, or is in the process of having one. I’d love to hear more about the class’ instruments – where they came from, who purchased them, but also: what do they do best? Is it a strumming guitar, a bluesy guitar? Better as percussion?
So glad to have you along, Colin – we’re about to have a whole mess of fun!
Cool, I was thinking the same thing about my instruments. I’m hesitant to get rid of any of them, because there is a story behind each one. So that will be a fun assignment for sure.
Will – I’m beginning to think I’m the same. Much as I love my guitars, I’m really liking the tenor, and how it relates to mandolin. I’ve also found this other funky instrument that I’m considering getting….. 😉
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