In the video below I’ll show you how to deeply program into your mind what you are trying to learn.
It’s important to visualize your mind as a tape recorder when you practice guitar. It’s listening and recording everything you do.
If you practice in an impatient way, going to fast and making lots of mistakes then that’s exactly the way your mind will play it back to you.
Instead, it’s crucial that you learn to be patient and play through what you’re trying to learn so slowly that it becomes impossible for you to make a mistake. Your mind will record these ‘perfect takes’ and deeply learn what you’re working on.
Practicing is hard work for this reason. It takes a lot of discipline.
Most People Fail On Guitar Not Because They Lack Musical Talent But Because They Never Learned How To Practice Correctly
So in stage one practice the ideal thing to is concentrate on playing what you are trying to learn so slowly that you STOP making mistakes and allow your mind to record these ‘perfect takes’ multiple times over.
Continue Reading > Stage 2 Guitar Practice – Metronome & Pressure Points
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