As the New Year approaches, many guitar players and aspiring guitar players will be setting New Year’s resolutions.
But let’s face it: Most people have a hard time keeping their resolutions.
If there was a simple and effective way to improve your chances of keeping your resolutions and it only takes a few minutes to do, would you be interested?
If so read on…
One of the keys to getting the most out of your practice sessions is to make sure you don’t waste any of valuable practice time. Here is checklist to help save you time…
Today we will look at a very common reason for wasted guitar practice sessions, and most importantly, we will look at a simple solution.
Today we look at the basics of what sweep picking is and how to use it.
Finger stretches are often required for performing scales, chords and songs.
The following exercises will help promote flexibility and stretching capability in your fret-hand.
Does it sometimes feel like you are trying to play guitar with boxing gloves on? Well, if you’re suffering from what I call Boxing Glove Syndrome (BGS), here’s one simple and effective cure…
Today we are going to look at a simple and effective finger stretching and flexibility exercise.
Are you just about to get started on guitar and wonder how long it will take you to get into a regular guitar practice habit?
Or have you been playing for a while but are not practicing enough, or consistently and wonder how long it will take to create new and better practice habits?