Congratulations on your desire to relearn guitar. The guitar can be an extremely frustrating instrument to come to grips with, but hopefully, by following the advice in this article, you'll not only be well on your way to finally mastering the instrument, but you'll never have to relearn guitar Again! So let's get started.
The Importance of a Practice Schedule
Having a written practice schedule allows you to realistically allocate just the amount of time that you can afford to spend on practice. Even the busiest schedule in the world can most likely afford to allot 15 minutes, 4 days per week to practice. This may not seem like a lot, but consider that 1 hour per week of practice is better than no practice!
Regular and consistent practice equals progress! The added benefit is, as you progress, you may find for example, that "TV time" becomes less important and practice time becomes more frequent and longer in duration.
If You See It, You Will Play It.
This time around, do not keep your guitar in its case or tucked away in a closet. As odd as that sounds, if your guitar is on display, you will be much more likely to pick it up and actually play! Invest in an inexpensive guitar wall hanger or floor stand and house your guitar in the area which you frequently occupy.
Use a Multimedia Rich Guitar Course
I cannot overstate the importance of using a quality step-by-step, multimedia package. One reason many people stop learning guitar, is because the the learning process is fragmented. He or she may rely solely on free internet resources for their guitar instruction material. The problem with this approach is it is, at best incomplete. This approach leaves gaping holes in the learning process and without a solid foundation, it is almost impossible to progress beyond a very basic level.
By utilizing a quality step-by-step guitar instruction program, you not only ensure you are building a solid foundation, but you are also reducing the frustration level, which can easily cause someone to abandon the instrument and subsequently go on the hunt, yet again, for resources to relearn guitar.
Your desire, to relearn guitar, coupled with the suggestions above will keep you on course and finally allow you to achieve your dream of learning to play guitar.
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