Christmas is under a week away and it is an exciting time to be a guitarist.
For many, the holiday season offers a well deserved break from the flow of normal life and presents a fantastic opportunity to catch up on some quality ‘self time’.
Maintaining a consistent, structured practice regime is critical to the steady development of your talent on any musical instrument, however it is also incredible how much good some concentrated playing hours can do for your guitar skills.
So even if you have only managed to pick up your guitar a few times this year and perhaps you are feeling a bit disconnected from your musical self, don’t let it get you down, remember, putting in some time is better than putting in no time and the sooner you can overcome the initial blockers that any beginner guitarist will face, the sooner you can start experiencing the joy of hearing your own playing begin to sound like real music.
Enjoying the challenge of tackling chord shapes, transitions, rhythm and timing is about embracing the fact that it can be tricky to get your hands doing what your head is trying to tell them to do. Just slow down, relax, breath deeply and take your time, trust that if you just keep playing away, it will eventually start to sound good.
For those of you that are not yet using Jamorama to help you on your journey to becoming a real guitarist we are running a special discount this Christmas you can check out here.
From all the team here at Jamorama we hope you have a fantastic Christmas.
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