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  • the-old-coach

    December 27, 2021 at 6:41 pm


    To me– keeping the daily lessons around somehow is a good plan. Remember, they go away at the end of each month- unless you have “favoritized” them, or printed them out, or saved them some other way.

    For what it’s worth, I print out all of the daily lessons and keep them in order, in a big 3-ring binder. I just write the month and year on the top of each.

    I don’t re-print or keep the “Speed Challenge” version of previous lessons. And also I don’t re-print dailies that have came around before- (I’ve heard people say many of them come “back around” every 8-10 months), so in that case, I already have ’em.

    Guess the main reason is that I can just occasionally- (once or twice a week)- open it to a completely random lesson, and give it 10-15 minutes just for the heck of it. It’s kinda fun actually- keeps thing “light”. Sometimes I “hit” on a lesson that have to change tuning- and this keeps me rehearsed on doing that.

    And I can use the book to practice without a computer if I’m somewhere without one.

    May not be perfect, but it works for me. Hope this helps.

    Anyway, I’m sure you’ll get some responses!

    Mark J