Jstanley01 wrote: ↑
Tue Jul 24, 2018 9:38 am
Get Tennant's Pumping Nylon
, and perform the exercises therein systematically. You'll be right as rain in no time.
I am back to CG after almost 40 years, however as a student
My main issue for a while was commitment
, as there are pluses (motivation, easier on $) and minuses (retention, stiffer fingers, other obligations of a sandwich generation, still working full time) to be a student again! I tried self-learning too, but self-discipline to read books and do exercises has been such a daunting task!
Yesterday I took the plunge to see local teacher about my goals. I felt very humble to realize my incorrect techniques and the challenges ahead to produce proper round tones, as the very first task!
Emulating an old Chinese saying, "the CG journey of 10,000 hours starts with the first", with this book and my teacher's help, I am pumped alright!