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Telekasteri66

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Finnish is so difficult language to our selves that I wonder if any foreign people will ever learn to speak or write that
 

Peregrino69

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Amsterdam liittyy joukkoon kummaan :)

Ensimmäisen Telen ostin tänä vuonna Sulo Vilen -meiningillä kun kohdalle osui. Enpä sen jälkeen olekaan noihin muihin just koskenu, mitä ny Hagströmiä tulee välillä hiplattua. Seuraava liittynee perheeseen tuossa synttärien tienoilla, American Elite olis kiikarissa...

Joku välikausitakki on siihen asti hoidettava. Tämä nykyinen jouskari kun menee työn alle kuukauden sisään.
 

MadRocker

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Jaa täällä on tämmönenkin palsta :D

Muhos Finland kuittaa! :)

Few Teles, a Telemaster, crappy Strat, Pro Jet Gretsch Electromatic and a Jazz box with bigsby.... There's all the electrics I think..

¡RoK!
 

jarpat

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Ja täällä yx helsingin suutarilasta! Telejä ja muitakin on ollut ja on riittävästi, mutta yhtä teleä en myy. Runko on itte sahaamani ja ostin sen aikanaan herttoniemen metsäliitosta (kanadan saarnea).
Montakos meitä nyt jo täällä on, suomalaisia?

Och samma på svenska (thank You, google translator - that's just hilarious):


And here in yx helsinki's snooker! There have been and are enough games and more, but I do not sell one. The frame has been cut and I bought it at Herttoniemi Metsäliitto (Canary Islands). Is Montakos already here, Finns?
 

theaterguy

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Möör gaas, pliis!

Jep, jep, tässä yksi tele käännynäinen Jyväskylästä. Muutamia kitaroita vuosien varrella läpikäyneenä olen nyt vuoden verran vakuuttunut että tele on meikäläisen kitara ja nimenomaan G&L ASAT Special Tribute, kyllä indonesian tädit ja sedät osaa.
 

savofenno

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Morjesta kaikille! Pitäskö täällä kirjottaa englanniksi? Should one write here in English? Oulu kuittaa. Kaks Teleä jo -90 luvun alusta. Niillä mennään! Möin Straton kesän alussa ja ostin jazzlootan. Tämä vaikuttaa asiallislta foorumilta.


TDPRI on toddella mainio foorumi. Olen Tele soittaja jo vuodesta 1972.

Tottakai englanniksi, emme missään tapauksessa tee kuten Eurooppaan tunkeneet oikeauskoiset ja alkaisimme syrjiä enemmistöä.
Ja älkää luulko että muka olisin tasisti, ei ei. Mielestäni paras rock-kitaristi on ollut Jimi Hendrix, jazzkitaristi Wes Montgomery, ja sähköbasisti James Jamerson. Ne oikeauskoiset, tai niiden päälliköt ovat liian paljon herrakansaa asenteiltaan. Ja muilla ei omaa tahtoa.

Let it twang loudly! Mulla on 14 Telecasteria, joukon etummaisena Fender Tele-bration Old Growth Redwood 60 years 2011 Telecaster.
 
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Blues Twanger

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Is it possible to get by in Finland speaking only English and Swedish these days?

My partner is half-Finnish, her mother is from near Porvoo. She, the mother, speaks Finnish just fine but the daughter not so much. I know German and have considered trying to add Swedish to that so we can travel without relying on her family for translation.

Kiitos!
 

perttime

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Is it possible to get by in Finland speaking only English and Swedish these days?

My partner is half-Finnish, her mother is from near Porvoo. She, the mother, speaks Finnish just fine but the daughter not so much. I know German and have considered trying to add Swedish to that so we can travel without relying on her family for translation.

Kiitos!
You can mainly get by in English in most parts of the country. Especially with the younger generations.
Swedish is generally only spoken in the coastal areas. Elsewhere, people learn it at school but never actually use it - so it gets rusty. "Learning" Swedish is often considered an unavoidable evil..... ;)
 

Blues Twanger

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You can mainly get by in English in most parts of the country. Especially with the younger generations.
Swedish is generally only spoken in the coastal areas. Elsewhere, people learn it at school but never actually use it - so it gets rusty. "Learning" Swedish is often considered an unavoidable evil..... ;)
Many of the family friends they have over there have Swedish background so possibly I was overexposed to it.

I've tried off and on learning both Finnish and Swedish, probably because it is somewhat related to German I could handle Swedish better.
 

perttime

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I've tried off and on learning both Finnish and Swedish, probably because it is somewhat related to German I could handle Swedish better.
Yep, the way Finnish works is completely different from the "Germanic" languages. Lots of different concepts in just how the words go together and how you alter them.
 




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