Joined 7 years ago from kentucky
I have played Guitar for 18 years now. I started playing guitar at the age of 16 and have been exploring all types of music since i started.
when I started out playing music I only played metal and as time went on I got into blues. Now I love all types of Music learning Guitar has vastly improved my enjoyment of Music.
while growing up I was surrounded by people that played music. my Dad played Guitar for most of his life starting at age 8 (he's 91 now) he loves old carter family songs and is the best Guitar player I have ever seen.
he influenced Me and my Brother both although he never taught us how to play. we both picked up a lot from just watching him play as Kids.
I spent the first 10 years playing mostly metal. But, Now that I am older I enjoy acousitc music much more.
7 years ago
easy strum version of nothing else matters that will make it easier to play and sing at the same time.
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