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Mahalo Guitar Solo Course: Bars 3 and 4 Practice

SALE TODAY: Learn Piano on iOS http://bit.ly/PianoAppSale The most practical and effective way to practice this solo is by taking these separate sections of the two bars and playing them until they each feel independently comfortable. The key is repetition. Start slow and gradually get up to speed. Exercise #1: Play bars 3 and 4 several times through at?60 bpm. Set your metronome to 60, count one bar out loud then start bars 3 and 4 of the solo ("1...2...3...4...1...[first note of solo]"). If you don't have a metronome, it would be wise to get one, but you can also count out loud at a slow speed. Exercise #2:?Play bars 3 and 4 several times through at?90 bpm. Set your metronome to 90, count one bar out loud then start bars 3 and 4 of the solo ("1...2...3...4...1...[first note of solo]"). If you don't have a metronome, it would be wise to get one, but you can also count out loud at a slightly faster speed than the first exercise. Exercise #3:?Play bars 3 and 4 several times through at?120 bpm. Set your metronome to 120, count one bar out loud then start bars 3 and 4 of the solo ("1...2...3...4...1...[first note of solo]"). If you don't have a metronome, it would be wise to get one, but you can also count out loud at an even faster speed than the second exercise. Read more by visiting our page at: http://www.mahalo.com/courses/master-guitar-solos/learn-the-solo/practice-bars-3-and-4//
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