Welcome here and i wish you a lot of fun, …
You must be a member of a popular soccer support club or something, I don’t know much about how you-tube works so I must be missing something,…but I don’t see any further content on your channel but you do have 588 subscribers,… that’s a record here on the forum,… I’m not curious at all so you can ignore me
Yes, I’m passionate about Real Sporting de Gijón and my nickname could be translated as “Sporting to the fight” in asturian language.
As to the amount of subscribers, I tought a course on Thermal solar energy a couple of years ago and that’s why I got so many followers, but my company made me delete all the content
My knowledge about sports clubs has been neglected in recent years, but it was almost impossible to miss this, … and,…Thermal solar energy Cool
And a great pity that you had to remove everything,…well, start building again and this time with music, and feel free with other passions
Hola José, welcome. Colombian living in Canada here. So many nice songs to learn from the sixties and seventies. A period of high creativity, exploration and extension of the musical boundaries. Knowing a little more of how the music is composed, arranged and played enhances the listening experience and multiplies the possibilities of recreating it by playing it yourself.
Hello Jose, and a warm Welcome to the community .
By following Justins course, you’ll soon be able to play the songs you love. ‘Wish you were here’, for example, is a Grade 1 song .
I wish you lots of fun along your guitar journey .
I know, I’m new in the forum but I’ve been following Justin’s lessons periodically for like 4 years or so. I can’t practice as much as I should due to my tight agenda plus the fact that I’m not too consistent and the time I spend playing I usually dedicate it to jamming about . But I’m currently subscribed to the music theory course and I couldn’t praise enough Justin and his teams work, as well as the extraordinary people the site gets me to know. It’s like an oasis in the middle of the rough world of the internet.
Qué tal, amigo colombiano! You’re absolutely right, since I follow Justin’s music theory lessons I can appreciate much more in depth the way those compositions were created in terms of main structure, the keys in which they’re played, the scales used in melodies and solos, certain embelishments that used to pass unnoticed to me… I overall enjoy music even more than I used to.
Buena suerte con todo, un abrazo desde Asturias, España
Hello Jose and welcome! I’m also concerned about my english sometimes and I guess it happens that I write something that is not fully understandable; yours seems quite perfect to me. I missed your video I think, now I’m going to check it. Enjoy your journey
A very warm welcome to the community.
Kudos to you for having already shared a recording in the AVOYP section.
I get what you say about struggling to find consistent to practice and play.
It can be difficult when time is limited to be strict and follow a disciplined learning path rather then messing around and just having fun on the guitar.
Keep on a learning path and balance it with your fun time too as much as you can.
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