#1
Hi,

I played guitar for a while just somtims for fun but i wont to start learning how to play it great.
what time of learning is the best?
10min. is to short but nobody can conzentrate for 8h
or maybe: 30min learning 10min pause than 30min play again and again 10 min pause...

what would you think is the best way?


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#2
Its all personal preference.
Don't play so much that you burn out but at least warm up and get some definite practice in before stopping for however long.
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#3
try practicing as much hours before your hands get tired , like 1-3 hours as much. or use 1 practice hour and then dedicate to learn new stuff
#4
i useally warm up and do exersises, then learn songs
for me best is 5 hours/4hours at least

but if i go for 7 hours i just get too tired and give up
#5
varies from person to person. but youre right about the extremes.
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#6
For me anything under 1 hour feels like im just getting warmed up, 2 hours I hit my peak, by hour 3 my hands get tired. At that point I usually switch to something that doesn't involve a whole lot of technical proficiency such as learning a new song, practicing theory or improving.
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#7
I play when I feel like it, and stop when I don't feel like it...

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I play when I feel like it, and stop when I don't feel like it...


yea same here

A schedule makes me feel like I actually acomplished less than if I don't have one.