Sounds like good advice to me. One thing I have found really useful is to record myself playing and then listen back to it while following the music - it often throws up mistakes I didn't realise I was making.Colin Bullock wrote: ↑Mon Jun 05, 2017 2:55 pmYou should get through D01 over summer, then worth doing D02 sept onwards. In D01 play as many of the pieces as you can, I think it will help develop a fluency with the timings so you aren't needing to count, trying to do 2 things at once is probably slowing you down. I'm going to review D02 over the summer and the D03 exercises.
Some of us will be around if you need to post for comments.
D03 was a lot harder than I expected it to be. When playing on my own, it was easy to convince myself that I was playing a lot better than I actually was - the forum has certainly put an end to that -which is a good thing as I can work towards improving.
I will look out for any pieces you post over the summer.
Keep up the good work Ed, but most of all have fun playing your guitar.