Do you want to accelerate the rate of your guitar learning and guitar playing?

We wanted to share with you a few tips that will work for you both for the short term and long term to help both to guide and inspire you to get more out your guitar learning. So that you can progress faster and get more result on the guitar. 

Have targets that you are aiming for

If you are wondering around the internet or through books with no specific things that you want to achieve on the guitar. Looking at so much information can become overwhelming very quickly. And also be very distracting! There are so many things you can do on the guitar that are really fun!  Narrowing down what’s important to you will be an essential first step toward making a lot more progress. 

Start cutting out what you don’t need 

Focus on the things you do need to find out or get to be able to do what you want. Don’t focus on skills that you don’t need if you have a specific goal that you are aiming for. For example, if you aren’t planning to be in an orchestra or jazz band, you would save a lot of time by not learning to sight read score but focus instead on song composition if you want to write for a band. 

Getting the right information 

On top of cutting out doing things you don’t need. You want to make sure you have the right information. There may be 100 different ways to learn the pentatonic scales, but what is the right way for you? Also information doesn’t just come in the form of content from videos. Are you getting feedback and your questions answered? And are they the right feedback for where you are at now? Are you asking great questions? If you have a guitar teacher, then they should help you with this. 

Get a plan together 

If you are doing this on your own, you need a great plan. If you have a guitar teacher, they should have a plan for you of what the pieces you need are to get to the next level. Otherwise, you may be missing a piece which stops you from doing something later on that you don’t even know. So find a plan that works. And then have faith in it and follow it. If you’ve found a great guitar teacher, then you want to believe in their plan and just follow it. At least for 3 months, so you can see for yourself the result you get if you follow what they say. 3 months is also a good amount of time to see your own progress as well. 

Review your plan periodically 

You may change your mind about what you want to do on the guitar or discover something new that you are now really into and want to achieve. Make sure that you update your plan or communicate this to your guitar teacher so they can update your plan. Communication is one of the most important things to make sure you get the most out of your plan or guitar teacher. You want to avoid making a 180 every 3 months. That makes it very difficult to progress! One way to avoid this is by having short term and then long-term goals separately and try to keep them congruent. There are still many other steps that will help you advance so much quicker on the guitar, but this initial phrase should help you get some concrete things down so that you can focus better and achieve more in less in time. 

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Guitar Tuition East London is a London guitar schoolthat provides guitar lessons around contemporary guitar lessons. Focused on getting students massive amount of results if they follow the plan and instructions of the teachers. They have an innovative approach to teaching that accelerates the progress that both their kid and adult students get on the guitar.