Wow! Thanks for all the comments and attention! Very appreciated. Although now I feel a little self conscious about the silly face!
I did feel I looked awfully serious and a little “Homer Simpsonesque” D’oh!
I can’t figure out the multiple quotes from multiple messages thing.
@DavidP, I didn’t even notice the mirror image! I am a lefty, but I play righty, yet the video steals my soul and shows my true nature!
Do I just need to use the camera on the back of the tablet, or is there another way in android?
@sairfingers, I am working on looking away from the fretboard. My neck would be happy. Easier said than done and the camera gives me enough fits!
@tRONd, @sclay, @jkahn, I prefer to play in a family common area. I am trying to expose my 12yo to what learning something like this takes. She immediately quit violin after I started!
It is nice not having to hide from the family to play, but I can’t play the steel string at night and the mic picks up noise from 50ft away better than the guitar in front of it (my main floor is an open 60 ft long space).
@brianlarsen, thanks for the vibes, support and helpful nudge! Yes, best to just get it out there!
I agree WYWH is unique and marvelous. It doesn’t really get old despite the repetitive play. Very resilient tune. I have been working on the lead solo as well, but it is hard. I would have included my attempt at it had I not been so sweetly interrupted (and managed not to fail too catastrophically to post). When I play the solo, the timing is really wrong because it is so hard I haven’t been able to really pull that part together. It is much easier on the nylon or electric as well. Can’t get this slides to ring or the bends to time right on the steel string.
Thanks for noticing my efforts on finger style (mostly classical driven so far)! Especially hard being left handed playing righty.