Today’s post focuses on 3 major benefits around recording yourself. We’ll talk about building a lick library, writing songs, never forgetting riffs, tracking your progress and more!
Writing your own songs and riffs is one of the most rewarding and fun things you can do as a guitar player.
When you sit down to write a song, inspiration doesn't always magically happen. Many guitar players struggle with writers block, but the good news is there's a way to make your own luck when it comes to inspiration.
Check out these 3 simple ways you can start today.
No matter what happens throughout the day, one thing I always try and make time for is practicing guitar. It's therapy, it's a way to be creative, and so much more.
In fact, that’s what this whole post is going to be about. While my practice routine changes from time to time depending on different things I’d like to focus on, it always sticks to the sections of time system.
Today’s new video focuses on 3 easy finger exercises every guitarist can incorporate into their practice schedule. You can also use these while warming up before a gig! If you practice these for just 5 minutes a day, you’ll notice better flexibility, better hand strength, and the ability to tackle trickier musical situations, without fatiguing your hand.