How To Clean Up Your Guitar Technique By Keeping Notes From Bleeding Together

One of the biggest causes of sloppy lead guitar technique is notes bleeding together unintentionally. This mistake is not too hard to fix when you understand a) the specific reason why it is occurring and b) the situations it is most likely to occur in. After you correct this issue, your guitar technique instantly becomes MUCH cleaner.

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