There has to be a marketing opportunity here. Guitar Gym and Classical Guitar Boot Camp already exist.markodarko wrote:Scales, arpeggios, LH finger independence exercises, RH independence picking exercises, hammer-on exercises, pull-off exercises, tremolo exercises, barre chord exercises, stretching exercises, cross-string picking exercises, harmonics exercises etc.
Pah ha ha! I'll send you an autographed copy when I write the book, Pat.Pat Dodson wrote:How about 'Marko's Musical Muscles' ? Give your strings six packs.
+1BWV1079 wrote: I have to say that I was very impressed by his teaching and kind way toward those kids.
I wondered whether they had the same teacher.Roberto_K wrote:Thank for the post. I have seen Milos last year in a concert in Paris. He has charisma and is Impressive.
2 of the kids had utterly wrong positions. I was wondering how this is possible. Do they really have teachers?
Yeah I'm not a huge fan of his playing, but what a great role model for the next generation.glassynails wrote:I like this guy, I really do. I don't like his playing that much, but he's a likeable guy and very nice.
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