Howard Roberts

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Howard Roberts (born October 2, 1929June 28, 1992) was an American jazz guitarist, educator and session musician.


  • Learning to play the guitar is a combination of mental and motor skill acquisition. And to develop motor skills, repetition is essential ... Whenever musicians have trouble executing a passage, they generally tend to blame themselves for not having enough talent. Actually, all that's wrong is they don't know where their fingers are supposed to go ... You should learn the piece in your head before you play it. And when you do play it, play it so slow that therre's no possibility of making a mistake.
    • Ralph Denyer (2002). The Guitar Handbook. p. 66.

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