Here’s something I know many guitarists want to be able to do (at least deep down).
Welcome to a new Monday post with 3 random thoughts on all things guitar, music, and life, including remembering Chris Cornell, a Lennon documentary, and more…
Here are two interesting emails from this past week. I hope you find them useful…
In this podcast, we are discussing one of the three critical factors for your success as a guitarist. In part 1, we are talking about the importance of having a ‘laid-back attitude’.
I have a rule that I enforce on myself and which I encourage students to adhere to. That rule is, for every 10 hours I practice, I must spend at least 1 hour jamming with others.
Jamming with others is not only good for your musical soul, but will make you a better all round guitarist, and it feels damn great too.