Thanks for all the kind words about the Acoustic Asylum podcast so far.
I’m very much just getting the ball rolling, but once I get a regular schedule going and the website fully up and running, it’s going to be great fun.
I’ve always wanted to combine some sort of fiction, imagery, and a cryptic element to guitar teaching to keep it fun…
…While still making it practical and to the point (you’re still here to improve your guitar playing, of course).
And I think this will be the place.
I’ve just recorded and released episode #2…
…Which is a mix of practical advice and some of my random thoughts.
In this episode, I talk about my love of movies, and I touch on how Tarantino, Hitchcock, Christopher Nolan, and movies like Sin City, Watchmen, as well as old film noir and Hammer horror movies, are influencing this podcast.
Side note: at one point, I did think about how I could put my movie inspirations into a guitar teaching video format, but I realised that would be pretty tacky.
I mean, what would I have done?
Put on a Christopher Lee vampire outfit (he looked cool) and sat and played guitar for you. Ha-ha
Instead, it’s going to be much cooler than that.
For now, in episode #2, I share four very important practice tips that I get all my students to follow.
These are super important tips which you may or may not know, or you may need a reminder of.
At the end, I wrap the podcast up with a powerful bonus fifth tip that will help solidify the other advice I share.
That’s the practical stuff.
Anyway, some really good stuff will be coming (and even Archie wants to make a guest appearance on the podcast soon).
So, if you want a little random movie talk plus some very practical advice…
You’ll find it in episode #2, which you can find below:
P.S. I hope you enjoy the podcast and if wherever you listen to the podcast allows you to, please leave it a review. That would mean the world to me. Enjoy!
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