zenguitar wrote: Innocent bystanders go 'WOW! You MADE that?', experienced players tell you how good it sounds, And all you can see is what experience tells you that you could have designed or executed better
I'm sure I head a joke that went something along those lines, years ago. But then again if memory serves me correctly there was a donkey involved, so it must have been quite different...
But when to decide when a task is complete? There's only one person who can answer that but Fedorol's encouraging words reminded me of a conversation Miles Davis allegedly had with John Coltrane when they were working together. It was about the time when Coltrane's solos were getting to the 20/25 minute mark and Davis, having come to the end of his patience with Coltrane's indulgence took him to task over it. "I hear you Miles" Coltrane replied "but how to feel the moment. How to finish"? (or words to that effect). "You take the horn out of your mouth". They say Davis was a man of few words.