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What To Do If You’re Too Busy To Practice Guitar – Part 1

Because I specialise in teaching guitar to adults, I've noticed something… The vast majority of adults learning the guitar are busy. Really busy. Is that something you can relate to? If you're like many of the guitarists I teach you might… Have a fulltime job or...

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Getting Good On Guitar – The Most Important Thing You Need

I had a really interesting discussion with one of my students a while ago. We were talking about what the most essential thing that a guitarist needs to get really good. Think about it for a minute. Is it a good teacher? Is it effective practice habits? What do you...

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Developing A Daily Guitar Practice Habit

There's one thing that I particularly love about learning the guitar. And it's probably not what you think. The thing I'm talking about is the fact that… Becoming a good guitarist requires a significant commitment to regular practice. I absolutely love this fact for a...

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Improve Your Guitar Phrasing By Exploring Rhythm

Hopefully, you've had a chance to read through my Introduction To Phrasing article. In that article, we talked about how I like to break phrasing into three key elements... Note Choice (What)Rhythm (When)Articulation (How) In this article, we're going to explore...

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Are You Letting Your Discomfort Bitch-Slap You?

Let's face it. Many of us (including myself) often feel discomfort when making big changes to the way that we do things. This is especially true when learning electric guitar. It's all too easy to let our comfort zone and avoidance of discomfort stop us from making...

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