Welcome to day 4 and another brand new expert Guitar practice tip from our London Guitar Teachers
Tip 4: End on a high note!
Whatever’s In your practice routine, or whatever new things you’re covering that day, finish on a positive. Don’t walk away from the guitar having just had an unsuccessful moment. You’re a guitarist who is always improving and developing and aspiring to something, so don’t finish a session on a negative note.
Of course, this includes being aware that what a positive note is can be a sliding scale. If you’re trying to increase your speed of a solo from 60 bpm to 200 bpm, then finishing a practice session having worked it up to 90 bpm is a hugely positive step. Remember this! You don’t have to have literally completed everything in order to finish positively.
The point is – resolve any problems or confusions before you finish
Day 5’s tip coming tomorrow.
Good luck and happy playing!
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