4 October 2010

What Are Your Guitar Questions?

Today I'd like to turn things over to you, the readers of the Not Playing Guitar blog. It's your opportunity to shape the future of the blog by letting me know what you'd like to see more of on the site.

I'm working on plans for the next few months of content and I'd really love to hear about the topics you'd most like to read about. So I'd really appreciate it if you would take a minute or two to leave a comment.

Tell me about the questions you have, the problems you encounter and the challenges you're struggling with as you learn to play guitar. Or simply tell me the kind of articles or topics you enjoy most and would like to see more of.

I'll try to address as many of your questions and problems as I can in my plans for the future of the blog. I look forward to hearing from you and I hope I can do something to help you solve your guitar challenges.

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Lucas said...

Hi Gary!
My current problem in the guitar is: I know the scales, patterns and this kind of stuff, but, for some reason, I can't notice a real improvement in my playing or in my improvisation, while jamming with other musicians or a jam track. Maybe I'm lacking in theory or just being too picky, but I have no teacher, or even a friend who plays better than me to help me.
That's it, and sorry if I'm not being more specific.


Gary Fletcher said...

Hey Lucas, thanks for the question. Sounds like a good challenge, one I think is shared by many of us.

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