Improving Musical Concentration

author: Creative Guitar date: 05/15/2012 category: guitar gurus
rating: 9.5 / votes: 2 
Losing track of the correct number of repeats for parts, or accurately performance of a part when it gets played multiple times in a section of music can really pose a problem to players in the early days of recording, or jamming with a band. Although there's simply no substitute for rehearsal, for live playing and plain old fashioned experience, I can offer you some "at home tips" for getting yourself better focused and more solid with both looping musical sections, as well as, staying more on top of your guitar parts when you're live, or in the studio. Watch the video lesson to learn more on how you can, "Improve Your Musical Concentration."
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