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> The Chief Says Hi, "You're gonna need a bigger axe"
Juan M. Valero
post Jan 14 2008, 10:33 PM
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Hello Chief, welcome to GMC biggrin.gif

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post Jan 15 2008, 11:18 PM
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I too regret putting the guitar down when I was younger. Which was mainly due to my dad not wanting to pay for lessons or teach me. He has great musical talent but is a workaholic. But my last year in college I decided to play again and haven't really looked back since then. It's great having your own money and finding time to do things that you love to do. I promise if you motivate yourself to learn and even if you don't feel progress it's there. One day it will just sneak up on you and you will realize that you can make your own progress with your new "talent". Good luck, and your not that old! cool.gif

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