20 Quick Tips

by Darius Wave

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  • Welcome to the 20 Quick Tips lesson!

    This lesson contains a pack of tips that might seem obvious for professionals, but not always for beginners. These tips are made to boost the over-all quality of your playing.

    When we're beginners, we have a lot of "how to" questions . In this lesson we review the most critical aspects of playing and proper use of your gear. Remember that attention to the details is that makes the difference between pro and amateur.

    Tips list:

    1. How to prevent your strings from detuning after bending
    2. How to make your tapping technique more efficient
    3. How to make string bending easier
    4. How to get rid of fluttering sound
    5. How to organise right hand mechanics for more efficient, speed playing
    6. How vibrato works, and why you might be doing it wrong
    7. How to remove tremolo springs noise
    8. How to remove unwanted strings noise
    9. How to solve too much bass from your amp issue
    10. How to improve your pick grip
    11. How to make string skipping easier
    12. How to smoothen adjustment range of your tone knob
    13. How to make your practice efficient
    14. How to avoid often strings breaking
    15. How to find best tempo to practise a lick/run
    16. How to explore guitar picks
    17. How to generate visual associations for shapes/licks/scales
    18. How to execute raking
    19. How to store your guitars
    20. How to fix dried out acoustic/classical guitars
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