This past week I asked one of my best students to give me a question that he would like answered in my blog.
A) It helps me to know if there is anything we need to go over, so as to better help him, and
B) I get an opportunity to help anyone else with the same or similar issue. Not a bad pay off really.
We'll call my student Jimmy (for anonymity).
So Jimmy wanted to know, “What is the difference between just playing the music and really feeling the music that you're playing?
Are you on the verge of quitting the guitar because you're getting frustrated with it?
I had a student the other day that I believe was on the verge of quitting the guitar. I've been teaching him for some while now, but without much success. It seems that every time he arrives for his lesson, the same conversation ensues before we even get started, I will ask him how his practice has gone over the past week, to which he replies.." I'm making progress, but you may not agree that I have made progress at all!" I've tried not asking him
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