#1
I make little mistakes like hitting the wrong string or bend the wrong string and other times I wont.

I wanted to know if other people do this kind of stuff cause its really annoying.
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#2
yeah dude everyone makes mistakes sometimes duh

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#4
I think this happens to everybody.
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#5
of course it happens to everyone

just slow down till you can play it perfect then gradually increase your speed
#6
As said above, this happens to everyone, but it stops happening once you become better and learn what you were doing that wasn't right.
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#7
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I wanted to know if other people do this kind of stuff cause its really annoying.

Oh, absolutely, and yes, it's annoying. In fact I find it more irritating the less mistakes I make. There's nothing more irritating* than getting a particular piece absolutely spot on then making a total mess of a really easy bit near the end.


* Clearly, this isn't true. For example, the world degenerating into a nuclear war ravaged hell, populated only by mutants and cockroaches, then being visited by aliens who, instead of helping us rebuild our shattered planet and push forward to a new utopian society where hunger, war and disease are eradicated, decide to crack open our skulls and feast on the grey goo within... is clearly more irritating than failing to keep the low E string properly muted and messing up a bar or two.
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#8
The solution is practice. Slow it down (whatever you're working on) and work on your accuracy. If it irritates you that much, use it as a reason to work harder. Gradually the mistakes will go away. Practice is essentially the process of troubleshooting. Pay close attention to what you're doing wrong and find ways to do it right.
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#9
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If it irritates you that much, use it as a reason to work harder.

Trust me... it does, and I do Okay, the one exception is when it gets filed under "I'm having a Bad Guitar Day", in which case it gets binned until later \ tomorrow [delete as appropriate].
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#10
Everyone does it just make sure you work on it not just let it go and you will be fine
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