I've played the guitar since I was about 10 - I'm now in my early 60's. I played piano and guitar as a child, and on guitar I started out playing Folk and Bluegrass (my father played and that was his influence). Then in my early 20's I discovered fingerstyle - and it became my passion. I became a pretty proficient steel-string fingerstyle player. That led me to buy a classical guitar, because some of the songs I was learning were not really feasible on a steel string guitar. When I was about 30 and in graduate school, I started playing around with some classical pieces on my classical guitar, and took classical lessons for one summer (the only formal guitar lessons I've ever had) and I started to add to my classical repertoire. By around 40 I was pretty much only interested in playing classical - though friends and family still want to hear the fingerstyle stuff I played for years on the steel string, so I have to keep a minimum repertoire of that material fresh and available :-) My steel string guitar is an Irish guitar - a Lowden F32c. About 10 years ago I was playing "Jesus, Joy of Man's Desiring" for a wedding and I borrowed a friends Cervantes Hauser Concert guitar (Alejandro Cervantes is a Mexican luthier). I loved that guitar so much, that after the wedding I bought one for myself - I love that guitar! I also have a Gibson hollow-body electric that I occasionally play around with some Jazz pieces - I hope that doesn't get me banned :-)
And re: the "good question" in my intro title: I retired about two years ago, and my wife and I sold our house and most of our possessions (but NOT the guitars!), and we left on our motorcycles headed south. We have been nomads, traveling through Mexico, Central and South America. I took along a "Guitalele" - a six string hybrid instrument, a six stringed instrument, body size of a Tenor Ukulele, and tuned like a guitar but at a higher pitch. 1st/60th strings are supposed to be tuned to "A" - I play it tuned it at a "G" to get it closer to the pitch of a guitar. It kept me playing while we traveled, and it fits on the motorcycle! Due to COVID-19 we abruptly returned to the USA (we were in Buenos Aires) about two months ago and are currently in Northern California (Redding) where we will wait out the pandemic (realistically a year or more we think) before returning to Buenos Aires to recover our motorcycles and ride some more - we will eventually settle in the USA.
With the "spare time" afforded by the pandemic, I am enjoying the opportunity to practice and play the guitar, recovering some songs and technique that I lost over the past year and a half (the Guitalele has it's limitations). I found Elite Guitar soon after we returned, and signed up. I have really enjoyed the video classes - there is so much you cannot get about a song just from the sheet music. I really appreciate the style and performance comments offered in the videos, and the attention to right hand fingering, with options and explanations given.