Doesn't this look like it would belong to the guitarist of an '80s girl group?
I think we're being invaded. In the finest spirit of "if you can't beat 'em..." my lessons start a week from tonight.
posted by andrea at 10:56 AM
How exciting! Do you play anything else?
You go girl! Oy, the Bangles - you're bringing back embarrassing memories of permed mullets. Those lessons should be great fun.
Good for you! Are you getting yourself a hot pink guitar like that one? :-)
So cool! You'll have to let me know when your band tours the States! :)Seriously, good for you for starting lessons. It will probably help stretch your other creative muscles as well.
Caroline: Yes -- the fool. (Was that predictable or wot?)GWS: I had the perms, and the resulting burned out hair, but left the mullets for the lads.Heather: Sure! You buying? :)Angela: Ooo -- a band. How to make me feel REALLY old. :)
wonderful fun! That guitar is BURSTING from it's frame!
That geetar looks like it "needs" some paintin'
You'll have to resurrect the platform shoes and "Love is" tshirts from the attic you know ; ) And don't forget those love beads heh heh (really though, the guitar will be so soul replenishing, enjoy enjoy ; )
ohh nice! its always fun to learn new things.. and your illo is perfect! nice to hang on to the wall too.. this would look good on my blue room *winks.. just came back from a vacation and cant wait to catch up with IF folks..
Hayden: It's just enthusiasm...Ms Kite: I never put them away! :)Atomicvelvetsigh: Must go check out your corner now.
Hot damn! No room for a grand in either the house or the kitty, but I think I could manage a small electric number...
I used to play guitar when i was a teenager. I could kick myself now for not keeping up with it. Such a beautiful instrument to listen to. Keep us updated on your progress.Sounds like a lot of fun.
Can I send my husband to you?He picks at his guitar all day long now that he is home.
Hi Andrea, wonderful posts here:) Have fun with the guitars, love the print:)Have a wonderful daygreetings from finally sunny ParisAndrea
Dinah: I hope you're talking keyboards/pianos now! Our piano is small -- 3 keys short actually and made in the 1880s.Melody: Thanks -- and do you still have your guitar?Toni: Only if he's a good teacher. :)Andrea: Thanks and I'm on the next plane to Paris...
It's totally a Suzi Quatro guitar without a doubt.
Listen to all that reminiscing! So fun.I think it's a great idea, Andrea, the lessons. A fun diversion, a new challenge, new connections in the brain. Sounds of music through the house, lovely. In your case, more sounds of music! I know I love it too.
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