Sextuplets are much smoother and more natural here, though still room for improvement.
I'm becoming more and more secure with each hour that passes, in resisting the tendency to "plant".
Jettisoning that tendancy as well as burning in all of the parameters of the discovery is making all of this possible.
Not only must I break old habits but I must learn new ones, the ones that I have discovered on my own.
It may seem curious that I was proud of the clip that I posted prior to this one...
Please keep in mind that for many years I could not play a single note, let alone 6 in a row on consecutive strings.
Whether the last clip was labored and struggling or not, to me it marked a great victory.
The sextuplets and the tremolo are far better here, though again, I recognized that there is much room for improvement with both.
The miracle is that they are happening at all.
Many other guitarists worldwide will also find relief through the same steps that I have taken and presented all of you with.
I think many misunderstand me; they believe that I am proud of my playing to the extent that I would compare it with that of an accomplished master
That is not the case. We have here the case of a blind man who can now see again, even though he may need very thick glasses and only be able to see in broad daylight. For such a man, this is one of greatest moments of his life, and a true miracle.
There are many others out there who are similarly "blind", just as I once was; with my discovery applied, they will be able to see again as well. Some will even be able see perfectly, at some point.
I believe that I will be among those in the latter group one day. That is what I will strive for for the rest of my life, as I continue to share what I've discovered with everyone that I can, in every way that I am able