Hello from Norway

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Hello from Norway

Postby Sargool » Tue Mar 08, 2011 5:32 pm

Hello, I'm learning to play harp and I joined this forum to get some tips on harp related things. I have had a look around and this looks like a nice place to ask questions. I have played almost every single instrument in the world, but I abandoned playing to focus on music production some years ago, when I quit that I was left with zero skills on any instrument, but with a solid understanding of musical theory. This christmas I got a Marine Band from a friend (mostly as a joke),It was my first harmonica so I took the challenge and have been practicing up to several hours every day. Now it's time to get an amp!
-Sargool
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Re: Hello from Norway

Postby Sargool » Tue Mar 08, 2011 5:33 pm

I forgot to mention, I'm actually half Icelandic and half Swiss, living in Norway.

-Sargool
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Re: Hello from Norway

Postby T-Bone Bruce » Tue Mar 08, 2011 6:10 pm

Hi Sargool, and welcome to the forum.
This is a nice place to ask questions... I think although we are one of the smaller forums we have a wealth of expertise here.
What on earth was I thinking when I played THAT?
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Re: Hello from Norway

Postby JimCorazon » Wed Mar 09, 2011 10:43 am

Welcome Sargool,
I too am very new to this forum, but thought i'd welcome you in.
Keep up the daily playing, you'll make good steady progress that way!
What amps are you looking at buying?
Jim
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Re: Hello from Norway

Postby harpslinger » Sat Mar 31, 2012 5:17 pm

Hello Sargool,
My wife is from Norway and is there now.
She is returning in 4 days.
I have been playing harp for over 40 yrs.
You are not the first classicaly trained musician to turn to and get turned on by the harp or the blues.
Paul Butterfield was a classically trained floutist before becoming one of the greatest blues harp players to visit planet earth.
Keep on harpin'
Bless you
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