#1
what methods do you guys usually use to learn songs that are more difficult than your used to?

i did the search bar and didnt find anything, if there already is a thread like this, send me the link
#2
Repetition, repetition, repetition.

The more you stimulate those neurons in the brain, the quicker they'll turn into long-term memory which will let you play the song.
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#4
I know it sounds like the biggest cliche, but practice, practice, practice!
Sorry man, thats all i can offer.
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Repetition, repetition, repetition.

This
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practice, practice, practice!

This as well...
#6
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Repetition, repetition, repetition.

The more you stimulate those neurons in the brain, the quicker they'll turn into long-term memory which will let you play the song.

omg, you make guitar playing sound like a chore. your kids will one day grow up to hate you (if and when you have kids)

but i guess you're right. you just make it sound... horrible
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#7
focus on the most difficult sections for a while, once you get them down add them back in very slowly at first, then pick speed back up.


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#8
break it into smaller chunks and learn it piece by piece.
grok it.

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#9
I agree with repetition. The best way to learn new riffs and such is to take it piece by piece and slow. You grasp a better understanding for riffs and scales by taking time to work them out.
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#10
i was about to say:

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#12
Get someone to sit with you while you play it. Every time you make a mistake, they get to rub your penis with a cheesegrater for 10 seconds.
#13
Slow it right down and break it into manageable chunks, then practice, practice, practice
#14
It's exactly the same as ****ing:

Work on one part at a time, pay most attention to the parts that are the hardest but don't neglect the rest. Start slowly, then gradually go faster and faster but make sure your technique doesn't become sloppy. If it's too difficult at first, do practice routine to improve your fingering and right-hand technique.
#15
Slowly to a metronome till you play perfectly

gradually increase the tempo
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Get someone to sit with you while you play it. Every time you make a mistake, they get to rub your penis with a cheesegrater for 10 seconds.




I am totally gonna sig this...
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Get someone to sit with you while you play it. Every time you make a mistake, they get to rub your penis with a cheesegrater for 10 seconds.


i was gonna try to say something funny, but i cant ****ing follow that