USING PRACTICE ROUTINES FOR OPEN STRING ARPEGGIOS
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This lesson is a continuation from the last lesson, Ross Baird gives some great ideas and examples on how to practice and get to really know your various arpeggio patterns. He introduces simple practice routines for open string arpeggios. If you have not viewed the last lesson open string major arpeggios we would urge you to watch it first before viewing this lesson.
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CREATING EFFECTIVE PRACTICE ROUTINES REALLY MATTER
Perhaps the thing that holds guitarists and all musicians the most is not having a thought through approach to study and practice. Most players are terrible for picking something from here, something from there. If you recognise yourself in this approach then we would urge you to change your ways. Look for the principle within a lesson here in GMI and apply it across all your work.
In this lesson Ross discusses simple ways to practice your arpeggios. Do not just leave this lesson here. Take the ideas that Ross presents and then apply them to any other arpeggios you may know.
What will be the result of this approach? Well, you will see over a short period of time better attainment and you will get techniques and ideas together faster. You will also find that by closely working on one idea and applying it to other areas that it creates method to your learning. We are all guilty of working in the way described in the opening of this paragraph, but you need to take ownership of your learning. If you don’t create control and method then who will? There are many guitarists who have played for years yet can’t really play that much. Other guitarists have played for less time yet show real ability…why do you think this is? Think about this and start taking ownership of your learning.
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