. . words of a wise man.
People: are you listening?
Wow...never expected my comments to get such a reaction, but thanks. I was always told as a kid learning guitar, from age 5, to never forget there's always a better guitar player right around the corner, and to always remember you're never as good as you think you are.
I've always wanted to be the worst player in the band, then I know it will be a damn good band. Two reasons.
1. I'm definitely no slouch, if I wish to be realistic about it, so there'll be some really good musicians there.
2. To keep up with them would be a challenge and I'd have to work at it. I would improve and so would the band.
My favorite thing is to play an hour or two with someone who is a better player than myself. I did it all the way through high school playing sax and there's nothing better than being a good player and still having to work for it.
Interesting thoughts here...
...may you never be satisfied...
Never heard that one but I like it.