#1
Hey guys. I've been working on a new side project website that is largely intended to be a guitar practice tool.

- The site is free. I'm not posting here trying to sell or promote anything - just looking for some honest feedback and ideas of how the site would be useful.

The logic behind it is that instead of learning things like theory, chords, scales, and arpeggios all independently of one another, it's better to learn them together, in a specific context. People also learn (and retain info) better when given constraints (ie..focusing on one specific scale position at a time, practicing a scale across the entire fretboard).

I would love to hear your feedback so I know whether I'm on the right track with what I've created so far, and whether people find this helpful. I've largely created this as something I think would help myself, but hope other people would benefit from it as well.

The site is http://smarterguitar.com/, and the main section I've been focusing on is the guitar practice recipe section (http://smarterguitar.com/guitar-practice-recipes/). As I said, the site is new, so there's not a ton of content yet, and parts of it (like the homepage and 'About' page) are still very much a work in progress.

Any feedback would be awesome. Thanks in advance!
#4
Regardless of whether or not the site is free this is still promotion and against forum rules.
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