Since you mentionned wanting to "reboot" this forum, I wanted to ask you a few questions.
Recently I've been reading a book by Tim Ferriss called The 4 hour chef, it's a book about... cooking, well, it's also about learning. Basically the main idea is that 20% of anything produces 80% of the results. I'm about to have one month off and wanted to brush up my playing, improve, get better. In this book the author talks about deconstructing a subject and asking a master.
Here are a few questions - that would be extremely cool if you could answer those and would help a lot of players too.
1- What are the biggest mistakes and myths you see in jazz guitar training ? What are the biggest wastes of time ?
2- If you were to train me for four weeks and let's say we are going to focus on just getting better at negotiating playing over changes (traditional, or not traditional, doesn't matter) and we also had 24 hours a day to do so, what would the training look like?
3- If you could practice just one thing to get better, what would it be?
Thanks a lot !