The biggest thing I got from the ‘Principles’ book was I actually enjoyed playing guitar - for 20 years I “enjoyed” playing, but wow, I had no idea how much TENSION I was holding in my arms, fingers, toes, stomach, etc....

I may have liked playing but my body was going through the pits of Hades to do the easiest things.

No, what aspiring guitar players really need are: 1) A clear understanding of the dynamics of how the body learns new physical skills 2) A practical, usable, and most of all, effective method for actually training the body, hands, and fingers to perform these new skills.

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Guitar players need to understand that guitar playing is not an intellectual activity - it is not about what you know, it is about what you can do..........most especially, it is about how you do it!

Guitar players do not need more glamorous and glittering guitar solos that are monthly transcribed and sold to the thousands of sweaty fingers out there - fingers that love to fondle the pages of music that will never come out of them when they touch the strings.

Everything is there...except something that will actually enable you to become a better guitar player!

You can certainly become a busier guitar player, and you can certainly become a poorer guitar player, but....better? As usual, all the material found in these magazines does indeed show you what the good players are doing, but you are not going to get a clue about HOW they are doing it, or most importantly, how you can teach yourself to do what they are doing.

They never seem to notice that they play all this new stuff the same way they played all the old stuff.

Their scales are just as sloppy, the playing breaks down all over the place in the new stuff the same as it did in the old stuff.I had never known for sure that the people that produce these magazines were aware of how little they actually help anyone’s playing.And yet, there are thousands of guitar players around the world with piles of magazines full of all things guitar: songs, solos, interviews, gear (lot$ of gear), and on and on and on.It was a real - “When the student is ready, the teacher will arrive” - moment.From the profound to the blinding stupid, I found all kinds of things that I was doing wrong with my body.Of course most were just the same scales, chords, bits of theory - sometimes inaccurate - that every other course offered. When I did get a great DVD from a player I really liked, i.e.