25 Ways To Improve Your Playing

It isn’t fun to get stuck in a rut. Sometimes you can chase the musical muse down the metaphorical rabbit hole and get wedged in there, unable to back out or to go any deeper. It can feel pretty frustrating, and at a certain point a rut can discourage you from playing altogether. Or maybe you’re not in a rut: maybe you just want to get better, and fast. Either way, the trick to technical transcendence is often found in how you approach the guitar from a philosophical rather than physical point of view. We’ve compiled 25 tricks that will help you to up your skill level, whether you’re stuck in a rut or if you just want to bolt a new dimension or two onto your playing.

Introducing The Quarter Pound for P-Bass 5-String

The Quarter Pound range of Seymour Duncan pickups is known for its high power, full tone and punchy attack, all of which come in very handy for Stratocaster or Telecaster single coil. Or a Jaguar or Jazzmaster. And it’s a natural to want these qualities in a Jazz Bass or P-Bass pickup. But with the onward…

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