Where Do I Come From?
In 2001, I started listening to Stevie and became a fan of him and some of his songs. Although some of his creations are covers by other artists, my favorites include Little Wing, Cold Shot, Lenny, Look at Little Sister, and Texas Flood.

Besides his songs, I didn't know much about him. It was only after seeing one of his live shows that it finally hit me. When I saw him perform live, I was impressed. I could tell he had a lot more to learn from by watching him perform than you could hear in his music.

Aside from being a full-time musician, engineer, producer, and recording artist, I was also interested in psychology and human behavior, so it was only natural for me to seek out more information about his success than simply his guitar skills. I knew there were a lot of great guitarists out there, but I wanted to find out why only a few of them have been able to achieve legendary status. I suspected there was something more going on than just being a super-skilled guitar player.

It's been 20 years since I first started learning about his success and techniques, and I've learned a lot of things. But what I've discovered may be too shocking for people to accept. I thought it would be interesting to give a new viewpoint on some of the topics that aren't addressed in any training or course.

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