Creating a Guitar Practice Station will accomplish two main goals. First, you’ll be able to key in on exactly what you need to be working on. It may be a specific piece of music or a technique. But if you have that information in front of you and are not looking at the tv, you have a better chance at success.
The second goal of a a practice station is to get you in a proper and comfortable playing position. Get a chair that’s conducive to playing guitar and add foot pedals as necessary. Also, having a guitar stand nearby will allow you to take short breaks when your hands or mind become overwhelmed. Clear your head, re-energize, and then get back to work.
Regular focused practice is the best way to actually improve at guitar. Watch our quick video for more tips on setting up your practice room.