#1
Play in a musical....
No joke, you will learn tons of chords and your rhythm will tight as hell.
Also you get plenty of practice reading notation.

I am finishing Fiddler on the Roof (what an annoying play)...

anyway, always a good experiance.
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#4
^Don't forget about time warping so you can get those 63 hours of practice a day.
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#6
Quote by Cmogi10
Play in a musical....
No joke, you will learn tons of chords and your rhythm will tight as hell.
Also you get plenty of practice reading notation.

I am finishing Fiddler on the Roof (what an annoying play)...

anyway, always a good experiance.




This owns your method.
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#7
Quote by xTheSlayerx

This owns your method.



been there, down that, it helps...I'm just throwing things out there...

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#8
I'm doing a production of CATS, and the guitar in that is pretty complex. Not half as intense as the blistering piano parts, but great for skill building.


Also, chicks in hot ass spandex suits with kitty ears are wicked cool.
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#9
Quote by Dudage
I'm doing a production of CATS, and the guitar in that is pretty complex. Not half as intense as the blistering piano parts, but great for skill building.


Also, chicks in hot ass spandex suits with kitty ears are wicked cool.


not fair, In fiddler everyone looks old and dirty
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