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again.? I've already done it with economy picking and I've gotten good. people will say i'm good, but i'm not happy with it at all to be honest. i use lots of legato when playing fast, but when i want that staccato fast lick or run. i cannot get it.

So the question is, should i do this challenge again? would i benefit from it or should i practice some other way?
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again.? I've already done it with economy picking and I've gotten good. people will say i'm good, but i'm not happy with it at all to be honest. i use lots of legato when playing fast, but when i want that staccato fast lick or run. i cannot get it.

So the question is, should i do this challenge again? would i benefit from it or should i practice some other way?


How about trying the 210 days challenge, you would become an economy picking beast.
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The 21 day challenge thing is not going to work for a general technique because it's not going to account for every single potential scenario that you'll use that technique in - you need to use it for something specific like a song.

Besides there's nothing special or magical about it, its just one way to give yourself a bit of structure and encourage you to approach something in a methodical way - you're quite capable of doing that yourself without having to resort to sticking a label on it.
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