I learned how to play the guitar at the early age of 10. Back then, I used to see my father playing his guitar, and that made me interested enough to learn. I would borrow his guitar when not in use, and try to carry out a tune until I became accustomed to the instrument, and learned to read the notes.
I never had a guitar of my own, even as I grew older. I was contented to borrow my dad’s instrument, not because I did not have money to buy one, but because I always find fault in the guitars I see on music stores. That all changed when I handled the seagull acoustic guitar. It packed a great tune, and was very easy to handle. You can say that it was a guitar in the making.