#2
some will say schedule, others will say just enjoy playing it and let yourself develop the skill naturally. I learnt everything by just playing for the fun of it really. it depends on how you learn new things, which varys from person to person.
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#3
PLaying scales with a metronome, play a lot, play as accurate as you can with the scale and get faster and faster.
#4
just fooking play as often as you can. Start with scales and chords.

Enjoy it, have fun and do NOT give up, it will come.
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#5
I improved ALOT by instead of trying to play something that sounds good, just have fun and play the more you do that,the better it will sound over time.
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#6
Quote by Muscle_Guitar
What's the best way to practice guitar and get better? Schedule? Just having fun?


I've found that if you try to have someone set down a schedule, learn scales, chords, theory.. while fundamentally sound, it takes the excitement out of learning the guitar.

I would concentrate on learning to play you like. Any song that piques your interest at all, go online, find the tab and learn how to play it - front to back. That way, you'll naturally improve by playing songs you enjoy. Once you get to the point where you feel like you're stuck in a rut, then you can start looking at theory.

Don't bog yourself down in the little details - just have fun and you'll get better.
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