In case you’ve been living underneath a rock for the last 15 years,
Gordon Ramsay is THE world-famous celebrity chef, TV personality
I mention him today because I’ve been watching some old episodes of “Hell’s Kitchen” lately, and I have some thoughts I wanna share
with you about how it relates to your guitar playing.
Before I get too deep into my rant du jour, let me give you the link to today’s lesson.
I’ve been inspired by Jimmy Dillon’s newest course:
…so I put some new strings on my acoustic to see
what my fingers would come up with today.
Check it out:
Nothing too crazy, but I show some tasty chords
and picking patterns. Hope ya like it!
Back to Gordon Ramsay:
Sure, it’s entertaining to watch him yell at amateur
chefs and freak the F out.
But what really inspires me is his passion
for what he does and how he never compromises
with his standards of excellence.
In that way, he actually reminds me of Jimmy Dillon.
Jimmy is way more laid back than Gordon, but he’s got the
same kind of high standards of excellence that
makes him the consummate pro that he is.
Making sure to apply excellence in everything I do
is a lifelong process and challenge…
But one of the easiest ways to “soak up excellence”
is what I call “putting yourself in the energy field of the guru”.
My job is to make that simple for you.
Bottom line: if you want to soak up excellence on the acoustic guitar,
there’s no better way I know of, than to grab a copy
of Jimmy Dillon’s latest greatest
course: Modern Acoustic Guitar.
You read about it here:
Have an EXCELLENT weekend!
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