Happy new year! To celebrate the start of the new year and to help you with your guitar playing in 2019, I have created a very special podcast for all of my Guitar Domination subscribers. This podcast is going to be VERY important for many of you.
Due to his laid back teaching style, his genuine focus on helping beginners improve and high quality tutorials, he is someone I respect highly. Most popular online tutors, especially those on YouTube say they teach beginners, but often their lessons are too difficult for actual beginners.
There are three key factors that will define how happy, successful and efficient you are at learning to play the guitar, especially if you don`t have a teacher and therefore you effectively teach yourself guitar.
In this post, you will learn what they are, how important they are to your success and why only you can control these factors.
Most guitarists who want to learn how to play guitar and sing often prioritise the guitar part over the vocal part but this is a common mistake that will hold you back.
The reason why? Because it takes much longer that way. Spending too long perfecting the guitar part before adding singing can work against you.
Singing and playing the guitar is tough and does take a little time, but you can shorten that time by doing things in the correct order which I’ll show you.
That`s what today is.
`Go Time` begins every year on the same day – the 2nd January.
It`s the day where everybody (barring a few hardcore party people) has dusted their hangovers off from New Years Eve and wakes up with excitement, anticipation and an eagerness to make the current year something special.
Learning guitar can be tough. It takes years to master and plenty of time to get good.
That`s why we all need to make the most out of our practice time and use absolutely every advantage that we can. It`s rarely discussed in the music world, but there are plenty of scientifically proven ways to learn and master the guitar faster and quicker than ever.
Riffmaster Pro is a piece of software that instantly slows down any guitar solo or riff while retaining the original pitch. It`s a tool for guitarists everyehere which allows you to loop sections of a guitar solo and slow them down so you can learn the part with ease.