Tennessee Jedi wrote:Bottom line is playing with more experienced musicains is key for getting better.
easytoslip wrote:Tennessee Jedi wrote:Bottom line is playing with more experienced musicains is key for getting better.
Right on, that's what I've been realizing...but actually that statement can be seen in two ways, two valid ways: My thought is that if one plays with more musicians (who may or may not be experienced, how can you really score skill level anyway?) one gets better...or how I think you meant it, "if one plays with musicians that have a lot of experience, or more than you do, in areas you would like to improve, you will get better"
Pete B. wrote:What exactly are you trying to get better at?
hippieguy1954 wrote:As you know, you can practice at home with a mic and an electric and anything else you want so when you go to an open mic, you kinda have an act ready. Unless you have done it before a bunch, you don't want to do it off the cuff that's for sure.
easytoslip wrote:I had a slot lined up at Elemental Energy Fest a year or two ago for a solo acoustic but I backed out at the last minute. I didn't feel prepared even though I was as prepared as I'd ever been, if that makes any sense. I wrote it off as not wanting to do solo acoustic gigs solely for the rest of my life but I'm sure it was nervewracking seeing the lineup and knowing how seasoned the rest of the musicians were.
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