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Publisher's Summary

If you study nature closely you will understand the strategies and techniques that the natural world has developed over millions of years! Many of these strategies can be applied to the guitar. With practice, your guitar playing will become enjoyable, natural and effortless!
Nature flows. Wind and water move effortlessly through an environment filled with obstacles. Observing plants and animals can teach us how they accomplish amazing feats with minimal effort. You might be thinking, "I'm not a tree or drop of water. What does this have to do with me?" Well, that's what I hope to explain in this book.
©2016 Richard McKeon (P)2017 Richard McKeon
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By Teresa on 02-15-17

Great Instructions On Letting Nature Be Your Guide

This was an amazing listen. It was almost Zen-like. Paying closer attention to the details of and in nature such as water and trees, then doing the exercises make a big difference. Be sure to download the pdf and use the finger guide. There are also some inspirational photographs of nature to view if you can't get outside. And you can meet the author, Rick McKeon.

Adam B. Crafter's narrative instructions were easy to follow. He spoke clearly with a nice voice. An overall worthwhile listen.

I was provided this audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of AudiobookBoom dot com.

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By Gerard S. Coard, Sr. on 02-14-17

This book brings a fresh approach to playing

Would you consider the audio edition of The Natural Guitar Player to be better than the print version?

The subject is well suited for both book and audio format

What did you like best about this story?

The Natural Guitar Player, in my opinion, takes the player to the point that comes after learning chords and scales, and teaches an approach that is purposeful, and both intentional and attentional.<br/><br/>This little book has give me a new perspective, in that it answers the big question of why, instead of how.<br/>

Which character – as performed by Adam B. Crafter – was your favorite?

Adam was fabulous throughout the book

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Of course. It was easy and informative.

Any additional comments?

I genuinely like The Natural Guitar Player and recommend it to anyone who is looking to take their playing the guitar to another level.

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