Play Guitar Better The Quick-Start Guide Great Technique
Could you play guitar better? Guitar players are usually unaware of the poor playing habits that cripple their progress. There’s no shortage of books and courses on playing chords, scales, riffs, and songs. The problem is that these often overlook one simple truth: How you play is more important than what you play. All the tips, licks, and playing tricks won’t help much if your fundamental technique works against you. How can you improve if you’re focused on the wrong things?
Play Guitar Better is the culmination of over 20 years playing experience, trial and error, observation, and study. This book focuses on the critical things that most others leave out. It explains how your natural playing ability can be nurtured and enhanced to improve accuracy, speed, and stamina. This guide outlines how to identify and overcome the unhelpful playing habits that stand between you and the player you want to be. From the basics of holding the guitar to the nuances of picking technique, this book provides a clear, concise, and easy-to-follow road map to effortless playing!
☆ BOOK BONUS: This book comes complete with FREE online bonus material. We’ve compiled this online companion course to enhance your reading experience. Extras include audio examples, backing tracks, bonus downloads, and more!
Learn what great technique is, why it’s important, and how to develop it.
Increase the accuracy, speed, and stamina of your playing technique.
Understand how to recognize and fix the issues that limit your progress.
Discover key principles for avoiding pain, strain, or injury when playing.
This book is suitable for guitar players of all levels, from beginner to advanced. Although it adopts valuable insights from classical playing, the primary focus is on contemporary styles such as rock, pop, blues, and jazz. This guide is perfect for anyone wanting to master the best practices of modern playing technique.
Page Length: 62 Pages
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