Much of what we’re able to accomplish on guitar happens without an instrument in our hands. As we’re learning parts, we continue to visualize the action and sounds as we live our lives away from our practice routine. That’s one reason why I ask students to play parts that they’re learning before going to bed. Not only will your subconscious continue to work on the part through the night but you’ll also wake up during the night and consciously think about the process.
It's important to pay attention to your practice methods and determine what is working and what is not. If you've been practicing the same way for years and you haven't seen serious progress, it's clear that you haven't approached practicing correctly. Thankfully, it's never too late to remedy.
Owning a library of instructional books and videos or working with an instructor won't help you much if you aren't making the most of your investment. We would like to offer some ideas on how to use your lessons for maximum benefits.
Does your guitar sound out of tune? If so, it's time to adjust the guitar intonation. This process tunes the open strings to the same note an octave higher. It's not a difficult procedure for any guitarist to learn. Here's how...
Is This Really The Best Free Guitar Lesson Ever?
Probably not. But it’s the best free guitar lesson that I have ever created. Is it worth every penny that you paid for it? Absolutely! All kidding aside, you’re going to love this lesson.