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I listened to Brian’s Video on “noodling” and it was the closest thing to the truth I’ve ever heard . Since watching it I’ve changed my attitude completely, no more watching TV and playing some thing that at the end you haven’t gained any thing and going to this site, and that site and an hour later your still no where . Sun Steve also made me take a whole different approach on how he’s in his 70’s like me and spends 2 to 3 hours a day and has become an intermediate player. Now I dedicate quality time to a micro lesson or a normal one with my original ’69 AE11 Yamaha or Taylor 315 jumbo, but have to admit sometimes I’m frustrated and after 2 hours I leave everything and come back, cause I shoot for 3 hours a day. My question is, right now I’m banging away at lesson 278,and a couple of micro’s, how much time are most of you spending at a lesson —a week –2 weeks? I’d sure like to get a ball park ?
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