Hello from Cape Cod

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Underwood
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Hello from Cape Cod

Post by Underwood »

Hi,

I am a better woodworker than I am a guitarist. That isn't saying much because I'm struggling with Ode To Joy. Actually, that is why I decided to purchase a semi-hollow guitar kit. As a new student who lives in a open floorplan house, I don't want to drive my wife crazy listening to me struggle. I have only been on KitGuitarsForum for about a week or two, but I see this is the place to be to see the skills I need learn and hopefully to acquire.

Matt
Matt
Guitar Neophyte
Cape Cod, MA
Skarsaune
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Welcome! Jump in, the water's fine!
MaineGeezer
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Don't be afraid to ask questions. Whatever it is, we've probably done something even more stupid, so don't be shy.
Don't believe everything you know.
Anything is possible if you don't know what you are talking about.
When things are bad, try not to make them any worse, because it is quite likely they are bad enough already. - French Foreign Legion
tippie53
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Re: Hello from Cape Cod

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we share as much info as we can even the mistakes knowing what not to do is important also
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Diane Kauffmds
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Re: Hello from Cape Cod

Post by Diane Kauffmds »

The only stupid question is the one that goes unasked. Never be afraid to ask a question. Welcome to the forum. Relax and have fun.
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