Guitar lessons for beginnersWhat method can Solves Any Guitar Playing Issue

What method can Solves Any Guitar Playing Issue
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Here is how this practicing method will work for you during your guitar practice:

(Correctly) Isolate The Main Problem

When you struggle to play anything on guitar, stop and isolate the specific notes that are giving you problems. When you do this, your guitar practice gains the potential to be extremely effective. Watch the video above at 0:58 and you’ll see how to correctly isolate any guitar playing problem. This also helps you by keeping you from wasting practice time on things that you can already play very well.

Amplify The Problem

Once the main issue has been isolated, amplifying it will make it easier to solve. To see how this is done, watch the video at 4:01. At this part of the video, you see how a two hand synchronization issue is amplified to make it easier to fix.

These are some simple approaches for amplifying any problem:

Repeat the most difficult part many times.
Play the difficult part on lower frets.
Use only up/down strokes to play the difficult part.
If the problem is related to articulation or 2-hand synchronization – play it on an acoustic guitar or an unplugged electric guitar.
Play the difficult part with heavier distortion/at a louder overall volume to fix sloppy playing.
Amplifying the problem like this makes the original issue seem much easier in comparison.

Attack The Problem Until It Is Fully Mastered

You’re going to need to continuously practice the problem before you can totally master it.

This question is one of the more damaging questions guitar players frequently ask.

This approach will turn you into a much better guitarist anytime you repeat an exercise.

Pay Attention To The Fundamentals

Think of the main guitar technique fundamentals you need to work on. As soon as you have mastered them, you will also fix your problem. Tons of guitar players who learn on their own have a hard time with this (since they don’t have a teacher to guide them in this area). Pay close attention to these important fundamental techniques:

– Having perfect synchronization between both hands, and playing with excellent articulation.

– Eliminating unwanted string noise by using muting.

– Having the motions in both hands as efficient as possible while picking with a lot of power.

– Playing with NO excess tension in your body.

Don’t Play Faster Than Your Brain Can Follow

To practice effectively, your brain needs to be fully engaged. Practice at a tempo that is fast enough to give your hands a work out, but not so fast that your brain can’t actually follow what you are doing. People who practice like this are the ones who have the best technique.

If you practice guitar at speeds that are faster than what your brain can follow, you will have a very difficult time making any amount of progress.

Watch the video at 3:16 to observe how to practice without getting too far ahead of yourself in this manner.

This guitar speed instructional guide helps you improve this element of proper guitar practice.

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