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~ What other musicians are saying ~
Your newsletter is a gem, man! Very glad I'm on the list!
"GREAT POINTS. People are too stressed about playing well and accurately, but it should be about fun and following the soul of the music."
"FANTASTIC write up, my friend! These are great points to reinforce to players that novelty is great, but all comes from SOMEwhere."
"Aaaannnnddddd saved, thanks a lot, amazing and informative post"
"This is one of the best posts I’ve ever seen, truly. I really love your in-depth explanation and particularly your specific examples of exercises to try. I will absolutely be trying these out when I get home from work, thank you!"
"Yes! Great read! This is so so so so important. I started doing this a few years ago when I felt like my playing had gotten very stale. Definitely pushes you to the next level, and if my kids ever want to learn to play, I’m definitely getting them started this way."
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About the Noted Newsletter
Don't make the same mistakes I did.
So many of us go years wasting our time in the practice room, destroying countless of hours of potential progress.
I've been playing guitar for almost 17 years, and the vast majority of that I had no idea how to actually practice.
I can't imagine what I would sound like if I had figured how to really practice 10 years ago. I don't even like to think about it.
The best practice is mindful.It should stretch your limits — often by thinking more than just relaxing and playing. And above all, it must be systemized and tied to goals that are unique to your musical journey.
So if you've ever felt like your practicing is just shooting in the dark, is mismanaged, and consistently leaves you deflated, then you should get this newsletter.