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Posted on July 1, 2011

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  • March 9, 2013


    hi claude,
    since i have been getting your updates over the last couple of days. it has really been really educatoinal, and interesting for me. in fact i find that for myself i find that playing the guitar is actually very theruputic for me. since i suffer from a mental illness known as scizoeffective disorder,along with having suffered from adhd as a young child. which makes it make it really hard for me to remember songs to play the guitar unless i have the song chords and words in front of me or if the song only has two or three verses, or if the songs chords are repetitive then i have no problem remembering how to play the song from memory. that and another thing that i don’t completly uinderstand is music theory.
    i am looking forward to be hearing from you soon

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  • May 27, 2013


    You are totally right about your concept of guitar control. I have improved so much just by subscribing to your updates. Thanks so much for making such awesome lessons!

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