This is why it is so important to stay organized with your practice, and keep analyzing and reviewing what and how you are practicing. Even with things that you think you have down, don’t take them for granted! Go back through licks and things you have been playing for years and look at hand position, pick angle, wrist movement, level of relaxation, finger placement and more. Really TRY to find what is wrong. Even if it is a small thing, fix it. This will elevate your overall playing. Help to buy double glazing windows Glasgow
What is the number one problem we face when practicing? OK, there may be several problems that could occupy this spot, however one that will derail your entire plan, is practicing something wrong over and over. All this does is make you really good at playing really bad! Motor learning, or what we often refer to as muscle memory is the ability to repeat a movement to the point where it doesn’t require conscious effort. This is what helps us play songs or licks without thinking about them, our fingers just seem to know the way. The thing about muscle memory is it doesn’t discriminate. It will learn and retain bad technique just the same as it will good technique. Solicitors in London
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Find one guitar-related thing a day that you didn’t know already and learn it—and play it. It can be a riff, a lick, a chord, a scale, an exercise, a song, a melody, an altered tuning, a strum pattern, the part of a song you know all the riffs to but never bothered to learn the “boring” connecting transition sections of, whatever.