Luis_Br wrote:i don't agree. I find a lot of useful thoughts and tips from Denian, Nick, Larry and several others without the need of any video to see them. I agree a video might show something else, but it might not be the point and it might not be so well recorded and perfectly performed. But I agree to be careful when following advice from a guy you've never seen playing or one that you cna check youtube and maybe he is not really a good player. but even from those, you can learn some things. You learn from his problems and it might give an insight to your own problems.wbajzek wrote:OK, I'm sorry to distract from the issue by bringing up Henderson's video. I just recalled seeing it last year, and remembered him talking about this idea and considered it relevant. At least you can watch and listen to it and judge for yourself, which is far more than you can get with the people who give the most advice on this forum.
But I am glad you posted the video. I think it is natural to ramble from the topic and a lot of nice discussion rise from this.
Like Luis and no doubt many others I haven't posted videos, but I find if someone explains an idea well enough then its very easy to understand and evaluate the content. I rather tire of the attitude that if your playing isn't audible/visible on the internet you aren't entitled to offer an opinion.