#1
Hello. I am currently learning 7 songs, working on one each day of the week. My question is, do you think it would be better to just work on one song at a time instead? Learning the first way means you learn 7 songs at once, but learning the second way means you learn one song quicker.
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#2
personaly , I find your way to do it good, because sometimes , playing only one song to learm it is anoying, but , 7 is maybe too much at the same time , i'd say that 3 or 4 would be enough
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#3
I prefer to learn one song at a time, but when I learn a song I learn everything there is to know. What key it's in, chords and voicings, scale or mode, how the melody is articulated, everything.

If you like your way of doing it then keep with it.

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#4
If you know all seven songs really well then the first way is better, if you dont know the songs then i would concentrate on em one at a time
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