Imagine you’re playing the biggest show of the year in your hometown – you feel great and the crowd is really into your set.
Then, all of a sudden, the guitar drops out entirely. You rush to find the problem, but everything you do seems to be pointless.
After a while, you realize that it was the simplest issue possible… But it’s too late, the vibe is gone and the audience is ready for your set to be over.
How could you have avoided this mistake? Listen now to learn what pitfalls to avoid so you can be prepared for every show you play.
What you’ll learn:
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