A rare treat this past Tuesday morning . . .
I had a hospital pre-surgery visit with a church member at 5:30 AM. I made it to my office around 6:45 AM.
I plugged in my Taylor GS Custom and played for a solid 45 minutes, before plugging in the Guild F50R and giving it 30 minutes of its own.
An hour and 15 minutes of solid practice. Now that's a treat.
Made a difference as well . . . as I worked out a couple of new base line runs into a couple of chords I had been working on. I also did some practice on some western swing technique that I am trying to learn from Ranger Doug's book. Anyone familiar with Rider's in the Sky knows who and what I am talking about.
I've got to make time for practice. It's the only way, besides live performance, to get better.
God's grace still amazes me . . . ><>
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