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Thread: What piece to learn?

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    What piece to learn?

    I've been studying classical guitar for a year, with half of that with a tutor. Since I've been playing cello and violin for over a decade prior, picking up guitar was very easy. Currently I'm learning Roland Dyen's arrangement of El Choclo, and polishing off Libra Sonatine 3rd Movement. I bought a acoustic and electric guitar a few months ago in a futile attempt to branch out of the classical repertoire, though I honestly have no idea what to play. So any suggestions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kl31 View Post
    I've been studying classical guitar for a year, with half of that with a tutor. Since I've been playing cello and violin for over a decade prior, picking up guitar was very easy. Currently I'm learning Roland Dyen's arrangement of El Choclo, and polishing off Libra Sonatine 3rd Movement. I bought a acoustic and electric guitar a few months ago in a futile attempt to branch out of the classical repertoire, though I honestly have no idea what to play. So any suggestions?
    I have no idea what you like. Recommend you get to a local music store and purchase some pop, rock or country books of sheet music. Might give lead sheet or fake chord sheet music a look see. I've always had good luck with Googling - chords,, "name of the song".

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    Quote Originally Posted by kl31 View Post
    I've been studying classical guitar for a year, with half of that with a tutor. Since I've been playing cello and violin for over a decade prior, picking up guitar was very easy. Currently I'm learning Roland Dyen's arrangement of El Choclo, and polishing off Libra Sonatine 3rd Movement. I bought a acoustic and electric guitar a few months ago in a futile attempt to branch out of the classical repertoire, though I honestly have no idea what to play. So any suggestions?
    String has some age on it - if you are still around -- I have no idea what you like. Recommend you get to a local music store and purchase some pop, rock or country books of sheet music. Might give lead sheet or fake chord sheet music a look see. I've always had good luck with Googling - chords,, "name of the song".

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    What kind of music you like?

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    You can take help form the video to learn what you want. Video presentation will clear your concept.

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    gran vals is a great peice

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