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Posted on November 29, 2015, in All Ages, Dance, Disco, financial support, Giveaways, Guitar lessons, tutorials, YouTube and tagged 12 bar blues, Fender Stratocaster, free music lessons, Guitarists, Guitars, How To Play A Guitar Solo Without Scales, How To Play Blues Music, How To Play Electric Guitar, Keyboards, Music Artists Blues, Sound Recording. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.
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I love your YouTube..
I’m 63 years old.
I just bought a bass guitar.
I’ve never touched an instrument before this.
I’m having trouble keeping me left hand fingers
Close to the strings..
Thank you and peace
This might help. I have to keep repeating the same thing over and over again to my students, no matter how young or old. SLOW DOWN.
When you attempt to play, place your finger on each note or on each chord slowly and carefully, and analyze every movement. This will develop your technique. When your technique improves, accuracy and efficiency will improve your speed. 1. Go slow. 2.Be accurate. 3. Speed will increase as steps 1 & 2 get better. Good luck with your music!