According to your own terms, what right do you have to comment about any of this? Let me get this straight, you are not a pro, which is why you are here, and you are not open to the advice or experience of anyone except who you deem is a pro, of which they would have no interest in wasting time on this forum, and they just might mislead you and steal your money if they did. That's funny! Lulz.guit-box wrote:Thank you Elman, that was precisely my point. If scottszone is going to be so arrogantly confident about his way of teaching and playing that he can pay zero attention to the topic being addressed by the moderator (soundminer), go on and on about how stupid it is and how his way of teaching is so much smarter, he should at least be able to back that up with a professional performance of Romanza. Like I said, Delcamp is not really the place to find advice from a professional teacher, you likely won't find that here, it costs money to find good advice and you can still spend lots of money and get bad advice from pros. -- there's no guaranty, I know that from experience. I find Delcamp useful for posting videos and hashing out arguments about what the pros are really doing, but it's best to take what anyone says with a healthy grain of salt.Elman Concepcion wrote:scottszone
That was a good attempt at that piece.
But it is far from pro stuff.
Try listening to pros.
There is a thread with slow vids in Delcamp that really demonstrates what is really going on with the top players.
Trust me - going through that thread will change your world.
You can thank “guit-box” for having the guts to put out the evidence despite the obvious obstacles of established classical guitar pedagogy and orthodoxy.
Truly it takes modesty and courage to post on topic as I did on this hostile forum, as you are well aware. I never claimed my video was a shining example of anything. Honestly, I was simply serving raw meat to the sharks.