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Philip Toshio Sudo a student of Eastern philosphy and martial arts and a lifetime guitar player he developed the Zen guitar philosophy performing in the streets, parks, and subways of New York City.
A great book about the never ending journey of becoming and being a musician. It is not a book about learning to play the guitar or any other instrument for that matter.Published 1 month ago by J.Brown
Great thought book. At least makes you think about playing the guitar. The theme is that you never get there, so make the trip enjoyable as you continue the learning process day... Read morePublished 1 month ago by raymond simpson
While the lessons and principals suggested in this book are top-notch and clear, it's more of a "do this impossible thing" and "do that impossible thing" with a bit... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jack B. Nimble
Loved this book. Mixed two things that I'm really interested in - - zen and (wait for it....) guitar! Read morePublished 2 months ago by Steve
cool philosophy on guitar music and life, you will gain thoughts and what famous people thought was a witty or deep thing to say about their music and life. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Victor
this is an awesome book that has application to life far beyond just the guitarPublished 3 months ago by Don Johnson
Best book on the experience of playing the guitar ever!
This is my second read through this book and it's just as good second time around!