Lesson ID: TB420
Sometimes, when you’re learning new music, you might find some parts are really hard. Instead of just practicing them over and over, try these 5 ideas to make it easier.
Lesson ID: TB347
In this lesson, I’ll show you my process for tackling a tough lick, plus I’ll break down an insane fingerstyle lick from Mr. Guitar, Chet Atkins.
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You’ll learn: Why You’re Not Learning when Your Practicing What You Already Know How You Should Spend Time When You Want Results Related Lessons How […]
Lesson ID: TB184
Related Lessons Tuesday Blues 181: How to Practice Guitar for Results
Lesson ID: TB182
In this lesson, we’ll dig deep into the what, why and how of a very effective speed building exercise.
Lesson ID: TB181
In this lesson, we’ll have a look at the concepts behind deliberate practice and how you can get them into your own practice sessions so that you can start seeing results.
Lesson ID: TB180
Do you think you should be better than this by now? I know how you feel. Several years ago, I slipped into a period where […]
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Lesson ID: TB098
Yep. I’ve said something like this before.
Playing fast for the sake of playing fast is silly.
You might not expect a lesson focused on speed building from a laid back finger picker like me. And while I stand by my comment about playing fast, the truth is you do need to work on your ability to play fast. For two reasons:
1. Having the physical ability to play fast makes the slower stuff a breeze.
2. The speed is there when you need it.
The key is, play fast when it counts. You don’t have to play fast all the time, but having the ability to break out a fast run when you need it comes in handy.
If you want to build speed, start slow. But be consistent.
Lesson ID: TB092
This is a sample lesson from one of BGI’s premium courses called “Sandpiper Stomp”. In this lesson, we’ll take a look at how to construct the A Blues Scale and where it lies on the neck.
Lesson ID: TB091
In this lesson, we’ll continue the three part series on how to practice guitar for results. We’ll take a look at the third component of a solid practice routine: application. This is where you get to put your area of focus to the test.
Lesson ID: TB090
This lesson is a continuation on how to practice for results. In this video, we’ll look at the second phase of a solid practice routine: the focus area. In this part of your practice time, you should spend some highly focused time working on one single concept. Strip away all distractions and let’s get focused.
Do this and you’ll impress yourself with the progress you can make.
Lesson ID: TB089
In this lesson, we kick off a mini-course on one of the most asked about topics on BGI: Practice.
How to practice? How long should I practice? What should I practice? Stick with me through this series and learn the answers to each of those questions and more.
Lesson ID: TB040
Guitar players love playing in box patterns, shapes and so forth. That way of thinking has its application, but if you really want to learn […]
Lesson ID: TB039
This lesson calls out the difficulties of playing good, clean sounding barre chords. This may in fact be a basic requirement for good guitar playing, but many of us cheat and don’t fully get each note sounding clearly. I used to be in that crowd so, I get to say that 🙂
But, here’s a couple of tips to help you identify your weak spots and work around them.
Unlock the fretboard so you can play great blues guitar.