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    Dave Jenkins
    Participant

    Does anyone have a practice schedule you use? I am wanting to go back and practice stuff from earlier lessons as I progress in the course. So, how much time per day, how do you break it up so you learn new things and stay up on past things? Hope this makes sense. Thx Dave

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    Mitch Grainger
    Mitch Grainger
    Keymaster

    Hey Dave, Where are you in the course and how comfortable are you with improvising. If I have some rough answers to those questions, I could help you plan that practice schedule out!

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    Dave Jenkins
    Participant

    Mitch- I am finishing 8. I am not all that comfortable improvising. I can draw bend and play single notes pretty consistently. I have limited tIme to practice and want to be most efficient. Thanks, Dave

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    Mitch Grainger
    Mitch Grainger
    Keymaster

    HI Dave,

    The ideal minimum when learning new skills is 1/2 an hour a day. The first ten minutes should be spent revising last weeks practice, mostly techniques. This could be bending and some chugs, for example. Then the next 20 minutes should be spent on learning something new, practicing it and/or revising the most recent lesson you are up to. If you have an extra ten minutes then I would use this to have fun, playing anything that comes to mind, or trying new ideas over the lesson 4 jam track. I hope that helps?

    If you have less than the 1/2 a day then you can break this down in ratio, the main thing is to practice everyday even for ten minutes if you can!! 🙂

    Cheers!
    Mg

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