I picked up a nylon-string guitar in 1991 and learned Smells Like Teen Spirit from a magazine. In 1994 I remember plunking out FM synthesis sounds in a Sound Blaster compatible MIDI sequencer while overdubbing electric guitar with a tape deck. I got my own computer in 1997, a Tascam Portastudio 4-track in 1998, and had a beautiful dream of endlessly multitracked guitars in 1999. With the brand new world in the year 2000, and left to my own devices, I went on to become an album maker. And here we are.
Although I'd rather you focused on the above content, there's this stuff down here you're welcome to check out if you have little problem delving into the realm of questionable quality.
And although I permitted you to hear those older things since you'd insisted, I do not make available at this time the following content beyond your visual perusal. On one hand, the recordings don't warrant publishing and have no plans for remastering. On the other hand, though I'm quite proud of much of the material, a hearty dose of it does not need to be seen or heard by the casual passerby. Sorry not sorry.