Welcome to a new Monday post with 3 random thoughts on all things guitar, music, and life, including some thoughts on my guitars, The Beatles’ achievements, and more…
Many years ago, I first heard the following quote: “The fretting hand is the brain and the strumming hand is the soul”.
Growing up, I remember the first time I watched the Star Wars movies. I was about 8 years old and my uncle put the VHS on the TV.
Whenever I see comments such as this: “I still can’t play any music, even though I’ve been at it for years.” …My response is usually two-fold.
“The guitar is like a universe; you can never come to the end of it.” That was a line uttered by one of my musical heroes in a cool little interview I watched the other day.
If you’ve ever heard the following words, you’ll know how scary it can be. “Go on then, play us a tune.” Those can be the most daunting words a guitarist can hear.
Welcome to a new Monday post with 3 random thoughts on all things guitar, music, and life, including thoughts on a little memory experiment, 8 years of the DTAA, and more.
Feeling the thrill of playing music is one of the great things about being alive. I’ve sometimes been a little guilty in the past of not enjoying the “moment” as much as I should. …And thinking too far ahead to the next thing.