Peter Huttlinger – Guitarist’s Guide to Better Practicing
Sep 24 2016
Peter Huttlinger’s amazing guitar technique didn’t just happen. He developed it over the years, enhanced by good practice and exercise regimens. As a guitar teacher with more than sixteen years experience, Pete knows that the most important thing that players need is guidance in their practicing routine. He has seen guitarists playing a piece for years, making the same mistakes over and over without knowing how to fix the problem.
Now, with this powerful lesson filled with invaluable advice and insider’s tips, you can increase your guitar skills and perfect your playing style through proper practice routines. You’ll learn how to isolate the problem phrases in a piece of music, use a metronome to build solid rhythm, increase your picking speed (flatpick or finger style), train your “muscle memory,” and, perhaps most importantly, learn how to manage your practice time for sure results. Pete provides numerous scales and exercises to help you gain fingerboard knowledge, strengthen your fingers and develop right and left hand coordination. Finally, you’ll put it all to practical use by learning to conquer a dazzling instrumental, “The Monaghan Jig,” taking it apart phrase by phrase using Pete’s practice method.
This is a lesson that will benefit all guitarists. Whatever level you are starting from, you’ll see the quality of your playing grow by leaps and bounds, and you’ll get more pleasure from your music making.
Running time: 01:24:43
Video: MPEG2 720×480, 4:3, 4900 Kbps, 29 fps
Audio: AC3, 192 kbps, 48 khz, 2 ch
Size: 3.4 Gb