So how do guitarists die?
No, its not by getting shocked by an ungrounded microphone
or having a cabinet fall on you.
Instead, the death of a guitarist is when he/she stops playing.
And that happens when you get bored with your instrument.
If you ever catch yourself saying “I’m bored out of my freakin
skull man…”, well… in my opinion, that’s one of the worst possible
things a guitarist can say to themselves.
I’m talking about the “breaking point” where the joy and fun
aren’t there anymore. Many guitarists often sell their axes
and give up the dream. They become shells of their former selves.
Meanwhile the “guitar ghosts” within haunt them… Some eventually
pick up the guitar again. However, many never muster the courage
to recapture the magic.
That’s the saddest story I’ve ever heard…
And for YOUR own sake: NEVER let this happen to you!
Say it out loud with me (seriously): “I will never let
the guitarist within me die!”
Whew… I’m glad we got that out of the way.
The question is: how do you make sure that it NEVER happens?
You need to expand your world and put some new information
That’s why I’m so excited to always have new courses to offer you.
And the latest, greatest thing to come out of guitarville,
AKA Guitar Control iiiis…
Tony Keck’s Touch Guitar Secrets!
If you haven’t seen this yet, you should:
to see some of the video samples, go to
Don’t let the guitar ghosts haunt you. Stay fresh…
Stay inspired. Like the Marleys would say, stay lively.
Keep playing and i’ll hit you up soon with some
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