#1
I find there is a feeling that is shared among musicians. A strife, a struggle, a burn to get better at your chosen instrument.

I think that it is this feeling that unites us as musicians, and makes playing guitar so worthwhile. Always looking forward, only taking a brief second to bask in the glory of quenching that thirst, only to have it come back more powerful.

Do you guys know what I'm talking about?
#3
Yeah, I guess, I don't really see the need to put it that dramatically, you just wanna get better.
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#7
I'm more solely alone in learning guitar, since i chose to learn it for myself, and i got pretty good pretty fast, so the compultion to become amazing faded away quite fast because i've been told im amazing :P But i still strive to learn more spanish guitar and classical gutiar alongside muse etc
#10
As said, there was definitely no need to put it that poetically and dramatic.


But yes, the basic idea of what your saying is right, if a bit obvious. Musicians want to get better at their instruments. Why wouldn't you?
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#11
Yes. It even has a name. It's called the Perpetual Flame.





Holy shit, his hand's on fire!
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#12
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Yes. It even has a name. It's called the Perpetual Flame.




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