I’ve been asked: “Claude, what’s
the best way practice guitar ?”
The answer, depends on “where you at”.
In other words, where are you at with
The same thing that the advanced dude
is working on, is not going to be the
most appropriate or productive thing
to do for the beginner.
If you’re just starting out, it probably
doesn’t make sense for you to start
building up your “shred chops” if you can’t
even play a G chord yet.
You can always do what you want…However,
most people need the positive feedback
that comes with playing something cool…
in order to stay motivated.
So if you’re just starting out, I’m not
sure you would be all that motivated
just from being able to pick a few notes
For the person just starting out, its probably
gonna be coolest to start playing some basic
tunes. If that’s you, I would recommend
the Ultimate Beginner Guitar course (www.ultimatebeginnerguitar.com/main.php)
Ok, now, that being said…
Let’s say you already CAN play some chords
If that’s you, and you’re interested in playing
some monster leads, then working on your picking
chops is going to be something important.
One way that *I* like to practice recently is
using the “physical training” aspect of the
Guitar Scale System software.
It really works your nervous system and getting
your picking up to some warp speeds.
You can practice single string picking exercises,
2 string, 3 string, or whatever.
Its cool because the software does the work of
speeding up the metronome for you.
No stopping and starting. Just push a button and go.
Also after 3 minutes your hand gets a much needed
rest before going again. It’s all automatic.
Within 15 or 20 minutes you can get a great picking
If you haven’t gotten it yet, check out www.guitarscalesystem.com/main.php
Anyway I’m looking forward to practicing some
more picking later on today.
But like I said, it’s all about where you are at.
If you’re really ready for the advanced lead guitar
zone, you can check out www.virtuosoguitarsecrets.com/main.php
I also like to practice these exercises with the guitar scale
That’s about it for now. In a few days I will be ready to
show you my new site/blog.
P.S. Oh…one more thing. We are working on a new jazz course
that is going be one of the most simplest, funnest ways
to play jazz ever. More will be revealed soon.
Definitely stay tuned for that…
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