How To Practice Guitar
Most players never learn how to practice guitar properly.
Instead, they tend to use a non-integrated hit and miss approach. Somewhat similar to throwing darts in the
dark. They end up with lots of little tricks and techniques they learn on a random ad hoc basis... you know,
off friends and tab off the net etc. But this leaves far too many 'gaps' in your knowledge.
There is a much better way to practice guitar.
The key to learning to play guitar well, in the shortest possible time, is to
focus on several areas on a consistent daily basis. You start off simple and add more tasks to
your list as you become more proficient.
A good idea is to start with just one 'focus' for 10 minutes every day. After a little
while, you will notice you experience very rapid progress in this one area.
As you become proficient at this, you add another 'focus' area to your practice schedule.
You can have as many 'focus' areas as you like on your schedule, depending on how much time you have to practice
Also, you can schedule some things for practice every two days instead of one if time is tight. (Sorry 'bout the
Set Small, Easily Reachable Guitar Playing Goals
It is extremely important to set goals. Small, easily reachable goals will allow you to organize your
practice time for maximum and speedy progress.
The best way to do this is to set up a simple daily guitar practice schedule.
I have produced such a schedule which my students find invaluable. And I have made it available here to you as a
free ebook download. Also includes tips on how to implement a practice schedule for rapid speed-learning and
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