Guitar Learning Tips

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Short and swet tips to help you with your guitar learning!

Guitar Learning Tip #74

A large percentage of intermediate players would advance very quickly if paired with the right guitar coach. BUT they are “waiting” to get “better” BEFORE they ask for the help of a professional Coach, since they (mistakenly) believe the coach will require from them to be ALREADY very good before they start learning from him… […]

Guitar Learning Tip #73

There really is NO EXCUSE for waiting to start any creative musical effort in your quest to become a better musician. Start as early as possible […]

Guitar Learning Tip #72

The guitar you use for your technical practice should have extreme playability – which means should be as easy as possible to play.   […]

Guitar Learning Tip #71

I have had periods where i was attempting to teach myself and periods where i was being coached by professionals. I’ve studied privately, in groups, in University and College classes – […]

Guitar Learning Tip #70

Make sure you keep a notation/TAB notebook where you keep a clean notated/Tabbed copy of all the licks/riffs/ideas you get when you are practicing and improvising. […]

Guitar Learning Tip #69

Make sure you do your best to avoid hurting yoursel by practicing guitar incorrectly. […]

Guitar Learning Tip #68

When beginning your drily practice session, start by stretching your tendons, muscles and ligaments for at least 5′. […]

Guitar Learning Tip #67

When starting your daily practice session, make a list ofilin things to do to help you minimize interruptions. […]

Guitar Learning Tip #66

Difference between Teaching & Coaching: Teaching is for Beginners that do not know how to DO things Coaching is for Intermediate/Advanced players that want to get even BETTER at what they (love to) do. […]

Guitar Learning Tip #65

There are many website than sell “guitar lessons” they seem to confuse MANY people. So let me simplify it: […]

Guitar Learning Tip #64

When you start any kind of Coaching program, by FAR the MOST important element is the PERSONALIZED FEEDBACK given specifically to you by the Coach. […]

Guitar Learning Tip #63

Have REALISTIC expectations when setting time-specific goals. You would not expect to get a Law degree in 6 months, do not expect to reach professional level playing in 6 months of practicing! […]

Guitar Learning Tip #60

RGT Exams Tips: Specialism […]

Guitar Learning Tip #59

Repertoire is often a very much neglected part of a guitarists practice – […]

Guitar Learning Tip #58

RGT Exams Tips : Ear Training […]

Guitar Learning Tip #57

RGT Exams Tips: Lead Guitar Most examination  will not have dedicated rock guitar amps for your exam time. […]

Guitar Learning Tip #56

RGT Exams Tips: Rhythm Guitar. […]

Guitar Learning Tip #55

If you play primarily  Rock guitar and you can only practice 2-3 hours a day, forget about learning to read music notations, there are much more important/pressing things to learn. […]

Guitar Learning Tip #54

Teachers are important for people that are just starting out with guitar, […]

Guitar Learning Tip #53

The greatest sticking point of intermediate guitar players is their unwillingness to get professional guidance. […]

Guitar Learning Tip #52

There are Electric Guitar University degrees for various styles of guitar playing. […]

Guitar Learning Tip #51

If you plan to make a career as a session  player, the ability to read both Chord charts and musical notation fluently and quickly is extremely important. […]

Guitar Learning Tip #50

There are 3 major career paths for aspiring professional guitar players – […]

Guitar Learning Tip #49

The most important skill you need to have to become a professional session player – the ability to get along with people. […]

Guitar Learning Tip #48

An advanced/professional player needs 3 distinct sound rigs.  […]

Guitar Learning Tip #47

Do not worry about your sound too much  when practicing, […]

Guitar Learning Tip #46

Make a commitment of at least 4 months to any instructional undertaking you start – a new  practice schedule or a new instructional book/material. […]

Guitar Learning Tip #45

There is NO MAGIC PILL when you want to become a great player. […]

Guitar Learning Tip #44

A main reason I advice my students to invest oriV Ai a good quality instrvm,entis to minimize thel risk of INJURY when they are in the middle of heavy practicing period. A well-made, ergonomic instrument [...]

Guitar Learning Tip #43

As you are practicing, every now and then you will come up with something that you really like, a lick, a riff etc. […]