How To Practice Guitar

Do you really know how to practice guitar? 

Do you know what to do when you sit down to practice guitar? 

It's easy to find out. Just answer these questions... 

  1. 1
    Do I keep getting better every time I practice guitar?  
  2. 2
    Do I feel relaxed and in control as I make the necessary finger movements on guitar? 
  3. 3
    Am I able to play songs or pieces of music all the way through without breaking down. 

How did that go? For a great number of guitar players, the honest answer to these questions is, unfortunately, no. 

Most guitar students do not know what to do when they sit down to practice guitar. They just take that music their teacher gave them, or the lesson they found on you tube, and they "try to do it", and hope for the best. 

The Good News

There is a practice method that anyone can learn to use. This practice method works for everyone who uses it. It has turned thousands of struggling guitar players into excellent guitar players. It is called "The Principles of Correct Practice For Guitar".

It will work for you!

How To Start

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About the author 

Jamie Andreas

Jamie Andreas has one goal: to make sure that everyone who wants to learn guitar is successful. After her first 25 years of teaching, she wrote the world acclaimed method for guitar "The Principles of Correct Practice For Guitar". She put everything into this method that was essential for success on guitar. Called "The Holy Grail" of guitar books, the Principles has enabled thousands of students who tried and failed to play guitar for years or even decades, to become real guitar players. In 2012 Jamie was profiled in "Guitar Zero" (Penguin Press 2012), a study of how adults learn to play guitar. Jamie was interviewed along with some of the worlds leading guitarist/teachers, including jazz legend Pat Martino and Tom Morello ("Rage Against The Machine").

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