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For those concerned about cracks in their guitars (and other instruments) due to low levels of humidity, here is a DIY video on humidity control for an entire room.

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Recording my audition for Suzuki Guitar teacher training in January. Contact me or like the page for updates if you're interested in Suzuki Guitar Lessons in Philly for ages 3+. 

http://phillyguitarlessons.com/Contact.php

I went a little overboard here to test out some of my new gadgets (some of which didn't perform as I'd hoped): Zoom H4n portable digital recorder, CM3 mic, Raspberry Pi camcorder, FlipMinoHD camcorder. #classicalguitar  +Raspberry Pi 
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Awesome.

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It may not look like much, but its taken me a long, long time to figure out the best way to do this: create a nicely formatted, basic lead sheet (using chordii) and add a rhythm (ended up being with lilypond). Fun Strumming Patterns, Commence!
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Triceratops made from pumpkins

via Reddit
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A friend's design blog has been nominated for Babble's top 100! Check it out if you're into that sorta thing, and reshare if you think she deserves a win.
Please share my page to help me advance to the next round of this contest!

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This Astronaut's "Next Thing That Can Kill You" exercise has some interesting similarities to preparing for a performance. A really interesting interview with Terri Gross on "Fresh Air" (minute 12): http://www.npr.org/2013/10/30/241830872/astronaut-chris-hadfield-brings-lessons-from-space-down-to-earth

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One Tango of Piazzolla's, from a set of 5 we played last Friday night. More to come. #classicalguitar   #flute   #Piazzolla  

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Nervousness, Baking Soda, and Toothbrushes: My experience with Performance (with some outtakes from Friday's concert). #classialguitar  

From Carlevaro's School of Guitar: [The value of a practice session] should be measured by the level of concentration that correct playing requires and never by the number of hours employed. #classicalguitar  
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