#1
For the last couple of months or so I havn't been getting any better, or able too. Any ideas on how to push back past this wall? Scales haven't helped, and these is no new song I like that i want to learn
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#2
Try a song you think will be far out of your capability of playing and you might just surprise yourself..

Often its just finding confidence and thinking you are better than you actually are that can push you forward.
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#3
^ like he said, find a hard song and practice each part slowly over a period of a few months, and bring it up to speed you will be suprised that you WILL be able to play it eventualy, no matter how hard.

Saying that you havent noticed any improvement over the last few months isnt realistic any way. Improvement takes a long time, in a year from now look back at your playing and you will never belive you were that bad :P


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#4
If you live in England buy a magazine called "Guitar Techniques" it managed to increase my skill dramatically and give me a lot of new stuff to practice each month in a range of genres.

Also I recommend downloading their practice schedule (in PDF format) from their website this month. Something which they don't normally do, however they want the practice schedule to be easy to access at all times after the magazines has been filed away.

http://www.guitar-techniques.com/
#5
The link to guitar techiniques I think be might what I need, to get the basic down solid. Since I've started guitar I went everywhere and missed the basics so thanks man!

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If you live in England buy a magazine called "Guitar Techniques" it managed to increase my skill dramatically and give me a lot of new stuff to practice each month in a range of genres.

Also I recommend downloading their practice schedule (in PDF format) from their website this month. Something which they don't normally do, however they want the practice schedule to be easy to access at all times after the magazines has been filed away.

http://www.guitar-techniques.com/
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I like classical music so much, It gets played on my Dean RazorBack
#6
You can also check out insaneguitar.com They have some good lessons on there, may be hard to find, but good stuff.


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#8
$118.... I can't afford that. That is insane for a magazine. Almost $100 more than most magazine subscriptions. They should look into the world of online magazine, like guitar world, and widen their customer base. Plus then they get to bank completely off of advertisers, and be saving paper at the same time. Plan, I think so.