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10 Guitar Exercises and Tips for Building Muscle Memory

  Did you know that by programming your muscle memory, you can make playing the guitar feel more natural, and even improve your technique? Guitar teacher Michael N. shares 10 guitar exercises and tips to help you build up your muscle memory... 1. Understand muscle memory Every instrument player uses muscle memory. Every day activities like driving, riding a bicycle, and even typing this article,  are easier because of muscle memory. Remember to continue slow, correct, and “meaningful” practic … Read More

10 Guitar Exercises and Tips for Building Muscle Memory
  Did you know that by programming your muscle memory, you can make playing the guitar feel more natural, and even improve your technique? Guitar teacher Michael N. shares 10 guitar exercises and tips to help you build up your muscle memory... 1. Understand muscle memory Every instrument player uses muscle memory. Every day activities like driving, riding a bicycle, and even typing this article,  are easier because of muscle memory. Remember to continue slow, correct, and “meaningful” practic
Spice Up Your Playing with these Essential Guitar Strum Patterns
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Angels and Airwaves Exclusive: The Best Guitar Accessories
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