I’m glad to know that that has a term Ed. Sound vacuum. I remember when I was playing on stage with Holly I couldn’t hear anything she was doing at all and I was standing right next to her. I didn’t know if she was off key or anything and I actually had to watch her mouth to make sure I wasn’t rushing anything. I’ve learned well that when you are the maestro to a singer you follow the singer no matter how slow or fast they go or change the tempo. But Isaac, with you mentioning that picking thing verses the soloing thing I actually have examined myself having the same issue. Because even if you mess up the solo, usually you can recover from it and the audience is impressed no matter what. But if it’s just you picking there’s a lot of things that are focusing on you getting it exactly right because usually a lot of people know the picking part of a song, or if you mess up it’s a hell of a lot more obvious. I used to get really nervous with picking things. But I actually don’t really get too nervous anymore. I’ve really adopted the adage that something will always go wrong and you will never be perfect. So I might as well go up there and have the greatest time you can.