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Episode 63: Ep. 63 - Anthony Muthurajah - "Complex information in a simple format"

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It was a blast getting to chat with Anthony for this new Player Profile a few weeks ago. I'm a big fan of his YouTube video lessons and of course his playing and we cover a vast array of topics in this interview ranging from tonewoods to time perception. Be sure to check out his music via the spotify link below and get ready for his new single dropping very soon!
https://open.spotify.com/artist/44wJW2tqWAaXr1tYhyangn?si=3geMVuobTP2LFpY82NCKXg&dl_branch=1
https://www.anthonymuthurajah.com/about

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