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Guitar Folders And Frames (#1)

Marco Mejia (709) · [archive]
Style: Theory/Reference · Level: Beginner · Tempo: 120
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Ok, now you have order all the material you have, right? Perfect. Now, lets talk about TIME.

How much should you play??? This is an interesting question, and I'm sorry, but you are the only one with the answer. But I will give you a clue. Always you practice, do it with your heart, not with your head. This means, play completely focus on what you are doing. If you are playing and thinking in your history exam or your girlfriend at the same time, believe me, you are losing your time. It will be always better to play a half hour completely focus, than playing two hours without being concentrated. And the reason for this is very simple. You will be playing the same mistakes and you will never notice it, because your head is somewhere else.

With this principle, I will move to my next suggestion: Divide your day (yes, ALL) in half hours. This tip will help you a lot in all your life, not just your guitar skills. It is easier to think day has 48 half hours than just 24 semi-complete hours. What do I mean? Let me explain it. Suppose you are like the most of the human kind. You always "see" the time like complete hours, but thats not true. Lets imagine you play three "complete hours a day", but you made a phone call, ran to piss, and took a glass of water from the kitchen. Are you really playing three hours? I don't think so. But if, instead playing three hours, you play six half hours, the chances of playing them completely rise up. Why? Because you can play two half hours, then make your phone call, and after your call, play another half hour, then run to piss, take a glass of water from the kitchen and start again to play the next 3 half hours. Can you see it? But there is more...