Here is another weekly 10-second tip.
This time, not from me but from DTAA member Scott.
Now I will pass the mic to Scott…
Make sure you can see clearly!
This is one of those Homer Simpson “Doh!” moments.
I switched over to a pair of reading glasses I forgot I even owned and suddenly I can, for the first time, see my fretting hand with perfect clarity!
I spent an entire month trying to hit blurry Gs and Cs with my fingers landing everywhere.
Forgive the world’s worst pun: I couldn’t C.
Chord changing improved instantly and dramatically.
I feel silly for not having realized this sooner.
Perhaps some of your other students might benefit from this Blinding Glimpse of the Obvious…
Simple but very true.
It is one of those simple tips which highlights how important it is to get your environment and setup just right.
Doing so doesn’t take long and makes practice more effective and enjoyable.
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Have a great day of practice.
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