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Old 02-24-2024, 07:06 PM
Chas007 Chas007 is offline
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Charles, you are going to be fine. Guarantee it. And you will look back at this time, two years in, as an important turning point in your guitar journey. David
Thank you for your story. People sharing their experiences really does help.
I'm not trying to keep the thread going, I do want people to know that I read their comments and that I appreciate that they take the time.
Thank you.
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Old 03-05-2024, 05:21 PM
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Being unhappy with your progress doesn’t mean you suck. And making mistakes - many mistakes - is normal. I’ve been playing for decades, and sometimes when I’m recording a lead guitar part - to a song I wrote, and know exactly what I want to play - I have to delete the track 15 or more times because of sloppy playing. It can be frustrating, but you have to take a deep breath and let it go.
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