Posted: Tue Mar 03, 2015 3:06 pm Post subject: Guitarists Improve Their Skills Up To 72% Faster With Invent
Guitarists Improve Their Skills Up To 72% Faster With Invention That Revolutionizes The Way People Learn Guitar
Released on: March 03, 2015, 1:50 pm (EST)
Author: Tom Hess Music Corporation
Chicago, IL, March 03, 2015 -- /EPR NETWORK/ -- Tom Hess Music Corporation releases The Guitar Playing Accelerator - a new invention that enables guitarists and guitar students to track the exact improvements gained from their guitar practice, evaluate the effectiveness of their guitar learning efforts and increase their musical progress by up to 72%.
Online guitar teacher and inventor of the Guitar Playing Accelerator - Tom Hess, says: “Tracking one’s guitar progress is the flossing of the guitar playing world. Everyone knows they need to do it, but only the guitarists making the most rapid progress actually do it. For years I’ve been telling my guitar students to track their progress, and now I finally have created the tool that makes this process super simple, transparent and highly effective”.
With the overabundance of online guitar lessons, resources and information about guitar playing, the only way to know what works and what doesn't is to have hard proof of one’s progress, or lack of it. Being able to see one’s improvement makes it possible to quickly make changes in what one does to learn and practice guitar - without wasting time on practicing using guesswork and trial and error.
Hess adds: “What makes tracking musical progress so difficult for most people is the fact that one needs to track literally everything…hundreds of specific elements of their guitar playing and musical skills. It’s an extremely time-consuming process, even if one knows how to do it and is committed to doing it regularly.
So for the last 6 and ½ years, my team and I have worked to invent a tool that will make this process incredibly easy, fast and effective, enabling guitarists to easily track it all, organize it all, analyze it all and combine it all, to quickly see both the big picture of their overall musical progress AND the little details that must be refined to make it possible for bigger progress to occur. This goes far beyond merely tracking one’s metronome speed and includes literally single piece of one’s musical skills and knowledge. It’s by far the biggest thing we’ve ever done…”
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