Yes, we all know that if you aren't a true guitarist if you don't play one of the "Big Four" guitars (Strats, Teles, LPs and SGs). Well, I'm here to tell you that is 100 percent FALSE.
What does one consider old music? I suppose if we look at it from this exact moment, music from the 1980s is technically old music. But I want us to go back further than that. Further than the 1900s even. Let's go back to the 1600s. It is close to here where I want to take you first.
Alright, for those of you who saw my latest post, you'll know that I'm going on this journey to dive into what music philosophy is. My main goal is to attempt to understand what the philosophy of music is, and why it is important. Sounds interesting, right? I hope so.
If you've read up on the Alexander Technique a little bit, I'm sure you know the history of where it stems from. If not, I'll give you a quick overview. (It's extremely important, I promise.)
Hi there, my name is John Marvin Scott. I'm currently a music student, as well as a full time guitar teacher and performer based out Vancouver, BC.
Here I am, a 21-year-old student who thought he knew what he was doing. Does that sound familiar?