There’s a huge difference between practicing and playing guitar. Let’s do a run down of good practice tips for guitar.
Practice Tips for Guitar
One way to get better at guitar is to develop an effective practice routine and stick to it. Over the years, Guitar Noise has come up with countless tips and lessons on how to improve your practice routine. The lessons on this page are all about maximizing your practice time.
Here’s an idea: take a time-tested practice technique and adapt it to your resolutions and guitar-playing goals for the upcoming year. Whatever your goals (musical and otherwise), we’re certain this advice can help you acheive them.
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