In this two-part video guitar lesson series, I will talk about what I feel are the most important elements to focus on when practicing and when creating a practice routine.
By the amount of messages I get on the subject, I feel that many players are confused as to what to practice and when. This leads them to feel they are not getting the most out of the time they spend practicing, causing a lot of frustration.
Before you watch the videos, you may want to download the PDF below which summarizes what I talk about in the videos.
Make sure you watch the videos in full since I will go into a lot more detail than the PDF summary shows you.
My goal for this video series is to help you learn how to create a practice routine based around what YOU want to learn which in the end is going to keep you motivated and playing more and more.
There is also a section (starting at the beginning of the second video), where I will show you how I personally tackle technically difficult passages in music. It is all about knowing how the human brain assimilates new actions and helping it do the same for new guitar techniques in the quickest way possible.
The technique demonstrations show my personal favorite ways of learning a difficult guitar lick.
I hope this helps you guys get the most out of your practice!
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