19 May 2010

Guitar Practice Techniques: Chaining

This post from The Classical Guitar Blog offers a very clear guide on how to break down a musical passage into small pieces so you can work your way through it.

If you've been learning guitar for any amount of time you've surely come across advice to break things down into simple parts to practice difficult passages. If someone hasn't shown you how to do this it's not always easy to understand what it really means in practical terms. That's where this useful practice technique lesson from The Classical Guitar Blog comes in.

Although the exercises examined in this post are classical pieces, it's easy to see how the approach can be applied to any style of music.

If you've been puzzled about just how to go about breaking down pieces of music to practice them then the post Practice Techniques: Chaining is a must read.

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