Start me up and i'll never stop!

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New Member

Joined: 03/04/01

Posts: 20

senior mems: scales, theory, playtime? tell me your approach to some heavy duty, down and dirty, practice sessions. that has worked for you throughout the years. "serious practicers need only reply because "only through competent and serious practice thus will lay the key to the kingdom and all the riches one guitarist can imagine"
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senior mems: scales, theory, playtime? tell me your approach to some heavy duty, down and dirty, practice sessions. that has worked for you throughout the years. "serious practicers need only reply because "only through competent and serious practice thus will lay the key to the kingdom and all the riches one guitarist can imagine"
:rolleyes:

New Member

Joined: 04/19/01

Posts: 10

There is no easy way to fast progress. You got to find out, where your playing is lacking (is that
correctly spelled?) and find some exercises to improve these things. Annyway, a fun and healthy way to improve the playing is to play a lot with a band. This will (hopefully) give some inspiration and teach you to listen careful while playing, which is more important than all the tecknique in the world!

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There is no easy way to fast progress. You got to find out, where your playing is lacking (is that
correctly spelled?) and find some exercises to improve these things. Annyway, a fun and healthy way to improve the playing is to play a lot with a band. This will (hopefully) give some inspiration and teach you to listen careful while playing, which is more important than all the tecknique in the world!