Guitar lessons: a new beginning after 30 years


My last formal guitar lesson was in 1981 with jazz guitarist Sal Salvador while I was attending the University of Bridgeport as a music performance major. Realizing quickly that there were musicians possessing far, far greater talents than I, I moved on. Never stopped playing guitar, though, and now 30 years later I’m taking lessons again.

This time I’m working with finger style guitarist Glenn Roth. Currently, I’m working on the tune Darcy’s Guitar by Pete Huttlinger. It’s a beautiful piece and, while I’m making slow, steady headway, I’m a long way from mastering it. So, take a listen to these guys instead.

Here’s Pete doing it.

And here’s Glenn.

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