THE SAKARI METHOD For Classical Guitar                              

             "Perfect Your Passion"                                                  

OK... You've been playing quite a while by now, taken lessons with some of the locals, whether they're great or not, maybe even attended some Master Classes.

You're in a Classical Guitar Society perhaps and you also own God knows how much music. 

But something is missing and you don't know what. You're doing all the "right" things when it comes to warming up every day, you trot out your favorite pieces and play them through slowly and deliberately, but still, something is not quite correct. You don't feel particularly inspired and your family members are, at this point, are a little tired of hearing your favorite pieces over and over again, played exactly the same way. 

And have the same set of strings on your Guitar as you did two months ago. 

But... there is a Guitar recital or concert next week and you're really looking forward to it. 

Maybe ...some magic will rub off while listening in the audience and tomorrow you'll pick up the Guitar and just wring every tear from every phrase with technical perfection. 

Well... it's time to say goodbye to the Guitarist you've been for however many years. 

Because you learned the wrong way from the beginning. 

You never gave your Creative Spirit a chance to show itself, let alone grow. 

How did this happen, you ask ? 

Remember the frustration you felt when first learning the Guitar ? 

You didn't fight through the frustration and get to the other side. You just said, "You know what, I'm just gonna learn my favorite pieces, even if it kills me." 

Well, guess what. It did ! 

And you've been suffering ever since. 

Go back to the beginning, put all your music away and rediscover your Creative Spirit.