Welcome to a new weekly 10-second tip.
Something I tell students a lot is this…
You need to be organised with your playing.
One of the simplest ways to organise things is to do the following:
“Create a playlist of songs you have learnt”
Having a playlist of all the songs you have learnt can be really powerful…
Especially if you have learnt more than a few.
A little playlist will help you keep track of these songs and encourage you to practise them regularly.
This is important to prevent you from forgetting how to play them.
A simple playlist on YouTube, or CD, or Spotify, or wherever, can be a good reminder to keep on top of the songs you have spent many hours working on.
It is a simple tip but definitely a useful one that many overlook.
P.S. This is the last email I will send on this…
Until tomorrow morning at 8:00 AM (UK time), my Fingerstyle 101 video course will be on sale with 66% off to celebrate its release.
One of the multiple bonuses that comes with it is a playlist of 15 of my best fingerpicking YouTube tuition videos all in one place.
In this playlist, you will learn some of my all-time favourite and most popular fingerpicking songs.
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Enjoy your Friday!
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