Here we focus on something very important for guitar players of all levels.
What’s really interesting about this important topic is that it is rarely discussed. And surprisingly, even when guitarists learn about it, it’s usually cast aside as one of those things to do later. The main reason for this is because most guitarists underestimate just how powerful this simple thing is. Once guitarists try it, they notice consistent improvement in their playing.
To wrap up this 3-part series, we will look at three additional tips that will help you to learn the guitar on your own.
In part 1 of this series, we looked at three important tips to get you learning to play the guitar quickly. Now let’s continue with some additional and equally important tips.
When you are short on time you need to get the most you can out of every guitar practice session, or it will take way too long to learn guitar. One of the keys to this is understanding how we forget things.
In this tutorial, we wrap up our look at 5 overlooked ways to improve your guitar playing. So lets jump right in with a great way to sneak in extra music time…
Want to make fast and consistent improvement in your guitar playing?
There are many things you can do to ensure you make consistent and quick improvement in your playing.
In this two part tutorial, we will look at 5 overlooked ways to improve your guitar playing.
This is finally going to be your year, isn’t it? You’ve decided. You are going improve your guitar playing this year. No more excuses. You just want to play better guitar.
The catch of course is time.
How can you become the guitarist you want to be, when getting time for guitar is a challenge? Is it even realistic?
Well, the good news is you can improve your guitar playing this year. How fast you will do it, and how big of an improvement will be comes down to three key factors.