It was tough but I am finally through the Beginner Lessons and Bar Chord lessons.
Even though Its been 25 years picking up a lot came very fast. However, there was so much good stuff in those lessons even though most of it did not apply to me I tried not to skip through them to much as there was so many useful nuggets, tips and hints.
Some portions I found where I was lacking all those years ago as well which was on my strumming that deviated from regular down/up and down 4/4 rhythm’s which I have no problem with but when move on to tricky rhythm’s I basically fell apart.
Portions of these I have added to my daily practice routine because I enjoy playing it over and over trying to get the small intricacies. does not matter if its a single G chord I am able to float into that place of practice where I enjoy the repetition and the small improvements of say a mute or rake. I have never practiced anything in life and not improved but even so that sliver of self doubt slips in there but it makes it even better when you hit goals!
One of the reasons I wanted to get through it quickly is I can now focus on the <b style=”font-size: 16px;”>Daily Practice Sessions | Secret Weapon #2 I count Tomas as my main mentor and instructor as I never really had one even when I played before but saying that since I play so much I hit up other info all over the internet as well and try to be like a dry sponge that soaks up knowledge all around me.
So excited to start the journey on Daily Practice!!!!
Will update my journey I am 10 days in now as I started playing again on the January 30th of 2023!
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