By: Jem Rhodes
Teaching yourself to play the acoustic guitar can seem like an
impossible task at times. Find out how you can turn the boredom
of practice into fun learning by using Jamorama Acoustic. You'll
be amazed at just how fun practising the guitar can be. Read on
to find out more about my 7 quick tips on how you could become a
better guitarist today...
Jamorama Acoustic: Quick tips to becoming a better guitarist...
1) Think about what sort of guitarist you want to be. Do you
want to play in a band? Become a singer songwriter? Or simply
play the guitar for fun? It's always a good idea to have a
clearly defined goal before you start to learn, so you know what
you're aiming for.
2) Play with other musicians, especially those who are better
than you. You'll find that you'll instantly pick up new
techniques and sounds. Playing with others is often a great way
to stretch yourself as a musician, as you'll be taken you out of
your musical comfort zone and forced to perform in front of
3) Use you ears. I know this sounds obvious, but you'll be
amazed at how many musician who don't. Your ears are your most
powerful tool as a musician, so make sure you really listen to
the Jamorama Acoustic audio clips and try to recreate the sounds
as accurately as possible on your guitar.
4) Practice. Again it sounds so obvious, but many guitarist
simply don't practice and then wonder why they don't ever get
any better, dumb huh? Try not to play the same old things over
and over again. In order for you to improve, you must learn how
to stretch yourself as a guitarist. Jamorama Acoustic will add
structure to your practice schedule and vary what you practice
so it doesn't get boring.
5) Record yourself as often as possible. When you listen back
you'll either a) be amazed at how good you sound, or b) be
shocked at how terrible you sound. Listening back to your own
playing is a great way to identify the parts of your playing
that need more practice. If you regularly record yourself you'll
also be able to see how much and how quickly you improve. Many
musicians fall to pieces when the record button is pressed,
because of the pressure that's instantly added. If you regularly
record you'll never be afraid of the record button even if you
are in a recording studio.
6) Listen to a wide variety of music. The more you hear the
guitar the better your understanding will be. Don't be afraid to
try and work out some of your favourite songs on your guitar,
even if it means you have to listen to them over and over again
to figure them out. The Jamorama Acoustic game GuitEarIt will
teach you how to use you ears to their full potential and make
it so easy to learn your favourite riffs by ear.
7) Using a Guitar Program like Jamorama Acoustic will always
make learning the guitar much easier. You'll learn the things
most self taught guitarist miss out on and you'll always have
something new to practice or play along to. There are so many
games, audio clips and video clips that you'll never be bored
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