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My Name Is Victor and I play both classical and electrical guitar
Monday, January 26, 2009
Ever realise that you are progressing slowly although spending a lot of time? Then, I will share with you 3ways on how to maximize your guitar practice time.
1) Firstly, always plan ahead. Make sure you are aware of what you want to do. For example, if you wish to improve your speed, then setting aside time on speed exercises will be good for you. Of course, you do need to set aside practice time to practice your guitar. Follow a plan, and you would maximize your guitar practice time.
2) Do not fool around during guitar practice time. Well, you probably say that it is ridiculous. For me, I find myself playing random things while practicing. This is the reason why guitar practice time anint productive! By focusing on the work at hand, be it guitar scales or so, you will definitely get better and maximize your guitar practice time!
3) Look for good exercises that have double benefits. What exactly do I mean? What I am talking about are exercises that not only improve an aspect of guitar. Take scales for example. They are good exercises because they not only improve your moving speed across the frets, they also help you strengthen your fingers. Instead of looking for exercises that only target one area, look for exercises that improve more, this way, you will be maximizing your guitar practice time!