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  • Posted by LaidBackCountryPicker on April 22, 2021 at 7:03 pm

    1.) How many days per week do you play?

    I have committed to 5 days a week. Monday through Thursday for sure and either Friday or Saturday. It just depends on when the surf is up to take my daughter surfing.

    2.) What time of day do you play?

    So my go to time is from 6 to 7 pm Monday through Friday but if instead of Friday then Saturday morning after surf.

    3.) Where do you play?

    I have my guitar stand sitting right next to my desk in the front room. Great windows and natural light especially since its staying light out longer.

    4.) What was your guitar life like before having a guitar routine & how has implementing a consistent guitar routine helped you? (if possible name 3 ways).

    Before I had a routine I was all over the place. Half watched YouTube videos and constantly thinking I wasn’t going anywhere and getting frustrated and then not picking up my guitar for days at a time.

    – Regular routine and guitar goals have helped me actually complete some lessons that I didn’t think I would make it through. Its not easy but the challenge is actually fun.

    – I can actually see and hear the progress. From no buzzing on my fretting to more precise string picking. I still have a ways to go but I’m getting there.

    – Writing songs with my friend. Feeling like I’m contributing more because I know what sounds good together more so now.

    5.) Bonus Question: What is one non-guitar item that is a must have in your guitar routine?

    I always have a notebook and pen because ill be playing and a melody or lyrics will pop in my head and I will need to write it down before I forget and also a recorder incase I need to hum a melody for later.

    Cheers everybody!

    LaidBackCountryPicker replied 3 years, 1 month ago 1 Member · 0 Replies
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