Tony encourages anyone learning a new instrument to record themselves for personal analysis. This is very useful and revealing at any stage of player development and Tony will go over ways to get the most out of this idea.
- One thing that I've always suggested to my students…is that they record themselves at regular intervals…so they can check their own progress.…If you're just going by day by day,…it may sometimes feel like your progress is glacial.…But if you record yourself and then wait…three or four months, listen to what you did…back three months ago, you'll undoubtedly see…there's quite a bit of progress that's gone on.…And then record yourself again and just keep that going on.…
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- Separating notes
- Playing with others
- Using the capo
- Playing hammer-ons and pull-offs
- Playing variations on classic tunes
- Minding your posture
- Training your ear
- Building speed
Skill Level Beginner
1. Playing with Others
2. Basic Embellishments
3. Variations on Basic Tunes
4. Posture and Ear Training
5. Playing Up the Neck and Building Speed
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