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#919740 - 12/12/06 11:56 AM I'm new
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couldn't find a place to tell you that till now. I'm new :p I'm Asher, 16, you might remember my mom was on here a long time ago when we were looking for a new piano (Kimallenf) or something was her screenname, we chose the K series GM10 Kawai and so far loving it, needs it's first tuning though. I've been playing piano since I was 8 or 9,been playing guitar since january. am working towards a career in music. I call Rachmaninoff my mentor, that's a need to know thing. am not as good as I should be, due to bad teacher experiences and lack of self motivation. but am getting on track, maybe not Juilliard track but still a track none the less. I don't know what else to say without sounding like an idiot :p well, more so than I already do. haha

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#919741 - 12/16/06 11:06 AM Re: I'm new
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Hi asherf

Welcome to the forum! I'm sure that now that you have made a decision to pursue music as a careet you can overcome any bad experiences from the past with some extra work. Do you have a good teacher now? There are a lot of people with professional experience here (I'm not one of them) and I'm sure you can pick up some great tips. \:\)
"If you are going through heck, keep going." Winston Churchill

#919742 - 12/16/06 11:52 AM Re: I'm new
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Hi Asherf!
Glad you decided to join us. At 16, you're potential is unlimited. We all have an amazing learning tool (our brains). You have a young one which means learning for you can be almost magical. Make the most of it and you'll have no problem reaching your goal. Walt


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