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  • Posted by danwynne on December 10, 2021 at 3:54 pm

    1.) How many days per week do you play?

    I play 7 days a week.

    2.) What time of day do you play?

    I have a very flexible work schedule and often work from home, and my work station is also my man cave so I am surrounded by my guitars. I play throughout the day, usually starting right after breakfast.

    3.) Where do you play?

    Mancave

    4.) What was your guitar life like before having a guitar routine & how has implementing a consistent guitar routine helped you? (if possible name 3 ways).

    I have been playing for almost 50 years, consistantly-ish for the last 25, and consistently for the last 2 since joining TAC. Before joining TAC, aside from learning and practicing new songs we would play on my church worship team, I suffered from paralysis of the analysis from choice overload. TAC gave me something to focus on. Now, in addition to prepping for the worship set, and the TAC daily challenges, I also learn and practice other songs from other websites.

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  • Loraine

    Member
    December 10, 2021 at 5:50 pm

    Thanks for allowing us a chance to get to know you better @danwynne !

  • Moonhare

    Member
    December 11, 2021 at 4:39 am

    You’ve got a pretty sweet guitarsenal there @danwynne! I’m just interested to know what made you decide to go the TAC route two years ago? Sounds like you were playing quite a bit and had been for years. Was it literally just the idea of a routine or were there skills you just felt weren’t quite there?

    • danwynne

      Member
      December 11, 2021 at 8:34 am

      Great question! In particular, I was looking for lessons on fingerpicking, and with TAC, I found flatpicking as well. I love learning both!

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