Why is it posted as a lesson if it is an REC to Chris Shofner's lesson "Hot Country Solo"?
It's my learning journey documented, hopefully it can be useful to others. Those of you who browse the forum will be familiar with this already, but most GMCers only browse the lesson archive.
I try to experiment with new types of content in my lessons, to keep the site direction fresh and useful. In the process we learn what works and what doesn't - and then we can adapt future content production.
So any feedback is useful to us: Did you find this useful/inspiring? What would you like to see done differently? Perhaps you would like to request something completely different?
I'm all ears 🤗
I'm inspired. That's all that matters.
Awesome Tlabella - YOU CAN DO IT 👊
I always liked Hot Wired by Brent Mason but never had the chops to pull it off. This has that level of difficulty or more. Bravo on getting through this and with such precision. I really enjoyed the v-log. It gives us players aspiring to conquer relatively difficult material inspiration and hope. Killer job!
Thanks mate - the more time passes the more impressed I am myself... When recording this I wasn't happy at all though - but that's just how it works I guess. You can do it mate 👊 It was very refreshing to try something completely different.