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  1. I challenge any rapper to send for me

    No text battles only audio
  2. I go through cycles. The best cycles are the goal orientated or the live performance thing. I perform best when I perform regularly. Which is something I don't do now. I have moments when playing at my peak where I ask myself "Is that all there is" I know plenty of players with strong technique knowledge and experience who, don't feel the need to push themselves. Sometimes it's best to have "your sound" and stick to it. Then again there are guys like Lenny Breau and Jeff Beck who live music as a journey and re invent themselves even if it means getting rid of some baggage from the past to do so. Where do you stand? Are you comfortable with your knowledge / technique? Are you pushing boundaries? Are those boundaries pushing back? Are you getting better, staying the same or getting worse? Do the same regiments that helped you long ago keep you going foreward? Do you have a set to do list of things to do that you believe will take you to the next level?