I'm just back from this revealing Masterclass (which lasted 4 hours !).
With a lot of talking (Q&A) between Steve and the audience, very few music (five songs in all), but an incredibly touching and fulfilling experience.
Steve was very generous and interesting to listen to. His views and reflections on how to approach music, on what a musician's self-development should be, and on how one can achieve goals was fantastic. A lot of this conversation was eye-opening and reassuring.
Steve was open to every question, and his answers were full of sincerity and honesty. He didn't hide behind anything and was never vague. And it was always with his witty sense of humor, even when dealing with serious philosophical topics.
I strongly recommend to anyone to try the experience. Even for non-guitar players or non-musicians.
(Finally I did have my 13 year old daughter with me - since some of her teachers were absents and she finished school earlier, she insisted on attending and it was easier for me to take her with me rather then taking her home from school and be back in time for the Masterclass. So she came along and she enjoyed it very much: we were seated, and Steve's speech was slow and articulated enough for her to understand almost anything. She plays piano and clarinet, and Steve's advices can be applied to any instrument, not just the guitar).
And of course she loved the music.