For those who practice frequently and consistently, your musical skills should be improving. If you find that this is not happening you may find that this is about HOW you are practicing and NOT about who your ability to improve.
There is NO doubt that if you practice correctly that you CAN become a better player.
As musicians mature in their playing abilities and begin to perform, many will maintain a genuine desire to continuously improve their playing skills. Indeed, this as a life-long pursuit. But over time it seems that practice no longer leads to the changes desired.
Today, research has led to a much better understanding of the ways to practice that will lead to improvement and the ways that will not. Many players simply do not practice in a way that will cause fundamental changes in the skills related to higher-quality playing.
This book illuminates the path toward continuous improvement in the development of musical skills for the seasoned player.
The creation of this book was aided by the insights of Jack Lee, Stuart Liddell, J. Reid Maxwell & Steven McWhirter