#1
I currently have many picking and legato exercises in my practice folder. Recently i have been trying to play through all of them in one practice session but because of this i don't have enough time to practice anything else. Would it be more logical and beneficial to only play a few a day or should i stick to playing all of them at once?


Thanks in advance
#2
Pick out exercises that target the things you need to improve on most if you must insist on running exercises.

I would suggest that it's better to compose a small etude or pick a song that has the technique you're learning, this way you have something musical at the end of it as well.
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#3
Yeah i was going to do the song idea but i thought i should work on my technique first. But picking a song with the techniques in them sounds like a better idea. Thank you for the advice
#4
My practicing consists of different exercises on different days. I practice a good 3 hours a day, I'll spend one day on scales, one on legato and tapping, one on sweeps and arpeggios, and so on and so on. That way I get everything I need. Some days I just do reviews and do a little of everything.
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