This course outlines 2 valuable strategies for refining and improving your guitar practice routine. First, we’ll talk about using the power of visualization (mostly on the fretboard) to set your focus and learn the fretboard more quickly. Second, we’ll reflect on the ideal practice routine (rule of thirds) and discuss specific tasks to fit into each practice routine to make the best use of your time (no matter how much or how little time you have!).
Where You’ll Start…
After a brief course overview, we’ll start by discussing visualization. We’ll talk about what it is and I’ll provide examples of how this technique has helped me and my private students over the years.
Make Better Use of Your Practice Time
Most students want to get better on the guitar more quickly. But, at the same time many students don’t have a lot of time to put into practicing… So, what can be done? This course points to visualization as a valuable tool. But, we’ll go a step further and outline example practice routines based on a simple rule of thirds. Once you start following this regimen, you’ll see that you’re making better use of the practice time that you have available.
When You’re Finished…
By the time this course is finished, you’ll feel empowered to design your own practice routine, no matter what you’re currently trying to learn. The practice tips in this course apply to any kind of learning on the guitar (or any other kind of instrument). Furthermore, you’ll develop confidence in how you’re spending your time. There’s nothing more discouraging than wondering if you’re practice is doing any good, right? This course definitely helps to eliminate that problem permanently!