Replicating things you hear on the guitar, moving to a big city and being professional
This week we continue to the middle slice of the trilogy with Jamie McCredie by moving on to discuss how to replicate things you hear on a guitar, moving to a big city and being professional.
Chief shredder Jamie seen here in his natural habitat.
I'm always impressed by anyone who can listen to a piece of music, just to pick up their guitar and play it back to me. Jamie goes into detail explaining the process of how he goes about doing it.
We've spoken to a few people on the show about going 'all in' when it comes to their music career. This was equally applicable to Jamie as he took a couple of key decisions in his life that enabled him to follow his dream of being a professional guitarist.
It also turns out that being professional is just one of the many things that allows Jamie to stand out from the crowd of other talented guitarists. An interesting listen.
The good cause for the trilogy is the British Association for Preforming Arts Medicine, who were critical in helping Jamie at an important point in his career.
Here are some links associated to the episode:
Jamie's website - Find out more about Jamie and watch him in action at his website here.
BAPAM website - More on the British Association for Performing Arts Medicine can be found here.