17 Replies to “The Most Evolved (1st person Point of View) – Slow Practice Vid”

  1. John,

    I have not hardly touched my guitar in 30 years, but when I heard and saw and heard your playing of this piece I began playing once again with earnest! I most problematic thing for me apart from remembering how to read music, is the fingering of pieces. I do see one tutorial on this,but there seems to be more that I might not have access to.

    The correct fingering can delay the learning of the piece dramatically, because you are always guessing! Then start to doubt your-self!

    Am I missing something or could you add fingering to your sheet music (I know we are lucky to have what we got)? What I mean is using p,m,a and i, if I remember correctly.

    Anyway, you now have my enthusiasm sky-high and I am playing once again,BTW I am 65!

    Thanks for your wonderful music, classical was my style,but always loved the beat of Flamenco.

  2. Hi John,

    Thank you so much for your wonderful music and all the good works you’ve been putting into helping people like me to learn and enjoy your music, and I admire your talent. This tutorial is one of the best I’ve ever seen, it’s clear and precise, I just love it and want you to know that.

    Warm regards,


  3. Hi John,

    I love you so much. i had watched your all videos. they are amazing!!!! and because you i am learning Flamenco. i have just learned your “the most evoled” from your video. it’s a nice song. and now i am going to learn ” revelution”. but i don’t understand how the right hand working. it’s too fast on the video. can i have a favor that want you make a slow practice video for “revelution” same like “the most evolved” if you do this i will appreciate it. sorry my English not very well. but i am your big fans :)

    Kind Regards


  4. Can’t quite make out the triplets. Is it down for two with the first finger followed by the thumb, which then comes back up? That’s the last part to learn to me. Thanks!

  5. Hi John
    I agree with the above comments ,if you could use this format for your other tunes you could sell loads,I would buy definitely . Lets have some more John
    Cheers Mike

  6. Thank you, thank you!!
    Awesome – just what I needed to help me finish learning this piece. Along with the tabs, I’ve been taking bits and pieces of video off the web to try and learn this. Now it’s all in one place! You’re the best and the reason I’m pursuing the spanish guitar!

  7. Hi John,

    Fantastic job on this tutorial….Your’re at the tip of the spear man…I’m still a beginner so I’m still some distance from being able to follow along, but the multi-dimensional view is groundbreaking…I don’t want to slow you down, but if you could record some easier songs or beginners using this methodology/videography approach I’m sure you’d attract some new followers..You’re a wonderful artist, but you could clean house if you could package a beginner to intermediate course using this approach…Have a great summer…


  8. This tutorial is twelve minutes and eighteen seconds with pure awesomeness!! It’s by far the best tutorial I’ve ever seen, and I’ve seen a hole lot of web tutorials. One of my favourite songs played by my favourite musician in a tempo I actually can follow!! I can’t describe what I am feeling. Thanks mate!

    PS! When is your next CD coming up?

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