Your Guitar Speed Secrets Lesson Continued…
You Are About To Find Out How To Play Guitar Fast And Take Your Guitar Speed To The Next Level
Learning how to play guitar fast is a common goal for many guitar players. If you practice guitar for a long time but struggle to build up your guitar speed to the level that you want, you are not alone. As you have seen in the first part of this guitar speed video lesson, most guitarists use ineffective approaches towards improving this area of guitar technique.
Like, for example, trying to move your hands faster vs. making the motions more precise and more efficient. Or practicing guitar mindlessly by just moving your fingers up and down. Or ignoring excess muscle tension all throughout your body.
Another common mistake is starting to build speed by practicing slowly and gradually ramping up speed in small increments of a few beats per minute at a time on the metronome.
The problem with this?
First, excessive slow practice can train your hands to make inefficient motions. This means you'll only be able to play at slower speeds (where you can get away with the inefficiencies in your playing).
But once you start reaching higher speeds?
That's when your technique will fail you and you'll get stuck.
Another problem with starting slow and gradually increasing speed is that it takes a very long time to get to the speeds that become challenging. That means you waste quite a bit of your practice time practicing at tempos that don't make you better.
Fortunately, there are effective solutions to learning to play guitar fast and by applying them in your practicing you will develop your guitar speed to the level that you will be happy with.
When you watch the rest of this guitar speed secrets video lesson you will:
Understand exactly what you need to do to right now to enhance your guitar speed
Learn how to reduce muscle tension and improve your guitar technique with both picking and fretting hand
Discover how to avoid the mistakes that most guitar players make when trying to build guitar speed
Learn new strategies that you can use right away to learn to play guitar fast like your favorite guitar players
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“I found Tom Hess on the net through articles, and I read quite a few of those before I went to Tom’s website. Even though I’m not a metal player at all, and Tom is obviously a metal player, I could still see that his ideas and way of teaching could really benefit me. So I pretty much signed up for online guitar lessons with Tom straight away once I’d gone through the website, and it’s just been a real eye opener with the way he teaches…”
... the integration of concepts that he’ll give you and having a really structured strategy… not just week to week lessons, but things that - you can see from one lesson to the next - really develop and continue to work on your technique and your theory and aural skills and those types of things. So I’d played a long time… 20 years before I really caught onto Tom, and I’d had a lot of lessons, and I’d taught and played but I can really see improvements in my technique, sweeping, and picking which weren’t strong parts of my playing.
I feel like Tom has a good gauge of where you’re at as a guitar player and what you need, and there just seemed to be so much more stuff in the lessons week to week than what you’d ever get in an hour or so in a one on one lesson… way more. So yeah I think that and the forum. I think, I’d pay the money just for the forum. That alone would be fine… I wouldn’t have a problem with that at all. So that alone is massive!
The price for the lessons, that’s nothing... nothing. You know, I think it’s, pretty cheap to be honest. I don’t mean that in a bad way, cheap. Cheap is not a good word, but I just think it’s great value… awesome value. I mean, you know, you could pay that for one-to-one lessons and you just don’t get the same results and support of the forum and the content and the strategies.
Other teachers I’ve had have been good players, and some have become good friends too. But when I’ve started lessons with Tom I’ve got something to compare that to and a lot of it is just sort of teaching songs from week to week… a lot of the lesson will be left up to you… you’ll go to your lesson and they’ll be like what do you want to do today? At the time I said, oh do this song or that song, but with Tom you start to realize that you know, there’s more to it… the goals and you know he’s sort of more in contact with what you want to be able to do as a player, because he’s asking you the questions and then setting up the strategies, so I find that really good.
Yeah I can see more results in 18 months in a lot of areas in my playing than you know 20 years. So it’s sort of, you know, would’ve been great 20 years ago to have met Tom.
Simon Candy, Melbourne, Australia