Guitar Practice Routine Test - How Much Do You Know About How To Practice Guitar?


Do you know how to create truly effective guitar practice routines for yourself? Most guitar players ‘assume’ that they know how to do this, but in reality most do not. You can quickly determine which group you fall into by considering whether or not you are able to get BIG results from your guitar practicing. If the answer to this question is anything other than a resounding “YES!”, it’s time to find out exactly what things are standing in the way of you making powerful progress from your guitar practicing efforts. Answer (truthfully) the questions below about your process of creating guitar practice routines, and when you are done I will share with you my comments on your replies to help you become the guitar player you want to be more quickly.

Take this guitar practice assessment to find out how much you really know about creating guitar practice routines.

1. I feel overwhelmed by the sheer number of exercises and materials I have to (or want to) practice. *


2. I know exactly how to prioritize my guitar practice items and decide on the best order for them in my guitar practice routine. *


3. I know why it is important to create guitar practice routines for several days in advance instead of one day at a time, and I do so regularly. *


4. I know which musical skills should be practiced more frequently and which ones less frequently to achieve the fastest progress in my guitar playing. *


5. I understand how to correctly balance the urgency of ‘wanting’ to improve some aspect of guitar playing with the items I ‘NEED’ to practice to become the guitar player I want to be. *


6. I can (and DO) create effective practice routines even on days when my practice time is very limited. *


7. I am clear exactly on what my guitar playing/musical goals are. *

8. I know exactly what things I need to practice ‘right now’ in order to move towards my guitar playing goals. *


9. I understand how to ‘evolve’ my current guitar practice routine as my skill level and needs evolve to continue making consistent progress towards my goals in the future. *


10. I understand how the things I practice help me to become the guitar player I want to be. *


11. I know exactly how much time to spend on every item I want to practice on guitar. *


12. I regularly (more than 90% of the time) use a timer to better manage the time I spend practicing guitar and I understand how and why doing so is essential to my progress. *


13. I know how to monitor the efficiency of my guitar practice time and I do so regularly. *



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