Lesson: Practicing Difficult Passages by Gohar Vardanyan

Gohar Vardanyan - Guitar LessonA lesson on Practicing Difficult Passages brought to you by Strings By Mail (thanks!) and Gohar Vardanyan. This is a nice lesson for beginner to intermediate students who are trying to discover what is necessary in the practice room to accomplish pieces successfully. I think the important thing to consider is that everyone will tell you to practice smart and efficiently rather and just repeat a ton of repetitions. Then again, in the end, pros practice smart and efficiently and do indeed use repetition! Seems like a simple idea but don’t shrug it off. The true meaning of this may take years for students to understand, partly because it means something a little bit different to each person. You need to understand what this means for YOU, your brain, and your body. FYI, you can buy her Warm-up book via Amazon: Complete Warm-Up for Classical Guitar. Or, if you’re looking for a technique book recommendation you can check out my review of classical guitar technique and exercise books.

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