Sten joined the Society in 2021. He says...
I have two classic guitars. One, which I played at my inaugural SCGS session, was constructed and bought by me in 1992. It's made by the Yorkshire-based luthier Peter Barton.
The other, a recent purchase which I played on at the August SCGS meet-up, is a 'smart' HyVibe 30 CHV30E classic nylon guitar by France-based Lag that can amplify itself, generate its own effects, or even turn into a bluetooth speaker, all without cables, pedals or amps. Its functions are controlled by a built-in processor.
The HyVibe is a great addition to my upstairs guitar range at home. 'Horses For Courses', as the saying goes.
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Sten's Peter Barton guitar
A pair of HyVibe guitars
Control panel on the HyVibe
To be scheduled at one of our springtime Members Meeting...
A Recital by Tom Hodgkinson, a young guitarist and pupil of Rebecca Baulch.
To be scheduled in the summer
An event at
In the heart of the New Forest, the estate of Minstead Lodge is a magical and elegant woodland setting for a classical guitar event
Saturday, 10 September 2022
West Meon Music Festival
John Mills (guitar) and Andrew Fuller (cello) in concert
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