Monthly Practice Plan – August 2019

· July 4, 2019

Do you struggle to fit in practicing during the busy Summer months? You may find yourself taking trips, being busy with different obligations, or just wanting to spend more time outside. It can be difficult to make practicing a priority with everything else going on.

But a little intentionality can help you make time for, and the most out of, practice sessions. You don’t need to spend hours in the woodshed (though you absolutely can!). Short sessions can have a big impact on your guitar journey. The trick is to have a little structure and something fun to work on.

This month’s lesson plan is filled with new and exciting lessons. You’ll learn new techniques, practice old ones in new ways, learn new songs, and pick up a little music theory along the way.

The goal isn’t to perfect every lesson by the end of the month. The goal is to equip you with awesome exercises you can play for months (or years!) to come. Having a deep catalog of exercises and songs to play will keep practicing fun and engaging.

So grab your guitar, tune up, and let’s dive in!

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  • 8 Lessons

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Responses

  1. Hi Tomas, this was another good month of guitar gym. Just wanted to tell you, some of the things you are teaching are starting to sink in! The pull ons and pull offs are a lot easier. I easily changed the key on some songs and I have been working on enhancing some children’s songs using finger picking patterns and strumming patterns that you have taught. I even used your Little Doggy lick for an ending! Thanks again for all the great lessons!

  2. Thanks Tomas, another great month of lessons. I have discovered that some lessons, I remember doing last year, have been fantastic revision for me – I now understand and play them better.

    1. That’s just what I was hoping Ian. I found it helpful to go back. Sometimes it encourages me to see how far I’ve come. At other times he gives me a chance to play something better and feel good about it. Thanks for letting me know.