If you are looking for something to practice, you’ve come to the right place. Practice Makes Better Music is a site dedicated to effective practice, providing you with the resources you need to improve.
Much of the challenge in leveling up your skills is in deciding what to practice. I’m trying to make that a little easier for you by creating lessons that focus on key areas.
Most of the lessons here include practice workouts for you to play along with. You can incorporate one or a few of these practice workouts into a daily warmup routine to take the thinking out of what to practice.
The truth is that better practice makes you sound better. This leads to you having more fun with music, and going further with your band, music career, or hobby. Whatever it may be for you.
Check out the most recent additions below, or view all lessons here.
https://vimeo.com/631322376 Dominant Chord Motion pdfDownload Rhythm Short #1 Dominant Chord MotionMotion is the key to making great rhythm guitar parts. I say it in the video and I’m saying it again. If you want to sound good, find ways to add motion to your chords. MELODY. Create melodies on top of your chords. To do…
I’m very excited about this lesson, because in this video I get to share one of my favorite techniques. Patterns for three octave arpeggios can be challenging to figure out and play. However, I’m going to present them here in the simplest way that I have found.
Lead short #2 dives into some simple double stops. These patterns are moveable and extremely functional for lead and rhythm playing.
Practice Makes Better Music is a site for Guitarists Who Want to Make Progress
The way you practice makes a difference. You can make faster progress by improving your practice habits. This site is here to help you do just that.
Here are three principles that describe how I approach learning and teaching:
- Increasing the effectiveness of practice makes for quicker progress and development.
- Understanding the patterns of music theory through the guitar allows for deeper exploration and greater progress in your playing.
- Maintaining a constructive mental attitude is key to making progress. Work on a constructive and curious mental attitude. Look at other musicians and let yourself be inspired. Try and discover what elements of their playing you like, and emulate those things.
These principles guide my approach to my own musical journey. Through the resources in this site I want to share what I’ve learned with you.
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The mentorship program is an exciting new way that I’m offering one on one guidance for a limited number of students. This is for those who are interested in an interactive and personalized lesson experience, in order to accelerate growth and break through to new levels in their playing.
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You can sign up here to access the free course, Pentatonic Pathways. This course was designed to help you push past your barriers and gain a better understanding of the fretboard. It is intended to help you forge new pathways that you can utilize to create killer solos. I think this course can have a very positive effect on your soloing, and it’s also a good bit of fun.
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