#1
Alright, most things that I've learned I can play with no problems and am consistent in my skill to play it, but a solo I learnt I seem to have a lot of problems with. Some days I play it full speed multiple times and never mess up, some days I can barely play it. I thought repetition would get consistency but that's not the case, I played it for around 2 days and still can't get it. Are there any techniques to help people with this or do I just need to improve so I can play it consistently?
#2
practice is key always but a good way to help is to warm up first try a few scales ect.. just warm up before you start diving into riffs or solos usually helps quite a bit
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#3
People don't say this enough, but really the truth is some days you naturally play better than others. You can of course take a lot of steps to grow more and more consistent but just remember it's totally human to have bad days for your playing. I find sleep, mood and room temperature play a big part in my playing. Make sure you warm up before going all liek Zakc Wlyde nd sh!t lolz
#5
when your not in the mood to play, but still think you should be doing something guitar related:-

A:- wite out your scales on paper
B:-listen to music from a genre you wouldn`t normally listen to
C:-go and buy and read a guitar/music magazine.

B&C will give you loads of ideas to incorporate into your music A is just a necessity (you need to be able do this to a level where you can memorise the notes of every scale.)