Category Archives: Misc

Reset Your Guitar Playing #4- Your Clear Path For Success

In the fourth video of “RESET” Dave Wallimann reveals how to take the guesswork out of practicing and get a clear plan to help you achieve your guitar goals. There’s nothing more frustrating than knowing what you want but not knowing how to get it. And it’s like that for guitar. You can have your…

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Reset Your Guitar Playing #3- Effective vs. Broken Practice

In the 3rd video of “RESET”, we reveal how to practice so that you’ll always get better. It’s no secret that practicing is how you get good at guitar. That won’t change. So the variables are really: time, how you practice, and what you practice. Change any one of those (or all 3) and you’ll…

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Reset Your Guitar Playing #2- The Guitar Motivation Manifesto

Are you lost with practice without a direction? Constantly distracted with meaningless “noodling”. One word. Goals. Goals give you something to strive for. They give each practice session a purpose and meaning. In this video, we take an in-depth look at what can hold you back, and how to take steps to get yourself on…

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Reset Your Guitar Playing #1- Ending the Beginner Mindset

Every guitar player wants to be a GREAT guitar player. You know, that guy in GuitarCenter that turns heads when he plays. Or the guy that has the confidence to get up on stage and play for people. Maybe the great players were “born” with it. Maybe they started at a younger age. Fact is,…

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[VIDEO] Essential “Must-Know” Practice Tips for Guitar

Question: Are you trying to improve your lead guitar playing and feel you’ve hit a wall? Or maybe you’re not sure what to practice next? Well, I’ve got a GREAT video for you today … This is sooooo useful, check it out …   David Taub of Next Level Guitar created an exciting 22 minute…

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It’s All About Where You Stand

Q: You know the difference between the rhythm guitar and the lead guitar? A: Where they stand on the stage… (cue laugh track) I know, bad joke, but it makes a good point. A lot of people think that there is some difference between being the “lead guitar” and being the “rhythm guitar.” Now, granted,…

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Sometimes You Gotta Fake It

Have you ever had something you could almost play… but kept messing up in 1 spot? Or maybe out of a whole song, you can play 95% of it, but there are those few spots that trip you up that you just can’t quite play fast enough… Those times are when one of your most…

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10 Tips Every Beginner Guitar Player Should Follow

Slow and steady Rather than rushing through training, it’s better to slow down, take your time, learn the fundamentals, and only move on when you’re ready. Make a plan And stick to it. It really helps.  Your goals can be simple, like “learn 5 new major chords by the end of the month,” or “learn…

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The Devil is in the Details

Ever learn a new thing and have it not sound quite right? Or maybe you learn a new lick but it doesn’t seem to interact with your other licks the way you’d like… Well don’t get too hung up on things being “just right..” In fact whenever you learn something new, there’s definitely a fine…

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Next Level Guitar Just Got Better!

I have some GREAT news … David Taub and the team at Next Level Guitar have just implemented something that will make your guitar learning even easier and faster … Before I give you “The Big Reveal” about this new and “ninja” feature, let me first tell you WHY they did this … (And this…

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