Roger Dorfield wrote:Binh Great Job on your
ARpeggi di tre note...I really enjoyed it.
Thanks Roger, I'm glad that you like it
Andreas Hanuschek wrote:
Here are my two missing videos.
I'm not satisfied, but it's time for Lesson 5
. some tips though:
1. Practice with metronome really slow, like this SSSSLOOOOOOOWWW. 25 beats per minute.Tap your foot, bobbing your head, count out loud, try everything that suit you to keep the beat.
2. Relax your left hand. How to have a relax hand?? by playing slow. Close your eyes, yawn and pretend that you're almost asleep. That's my way to relax my fingers.
Your goal is to play guitar well, right? How to play well? You may ask, by playing with relax hands and a good rhythm.
Your goal isn't to catch up next lesson. Through lesson, you'll find your weakness and fix it. It's not about a race, it's about improving yourself.
Of course these problems can't be fixed in one lesson and when you finished your submission, you could feel good because you accomplished something but if it doesn't help you improve, so what's the point?
Keep practicing Andreas, I'll give you an internet hug.
Best regards, Binh.