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Offline DanniTSI3

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Re: BC-153 • Air Changes
« Reply #135 on: March 07, 2019, 12:08:09 pm »
Good luck!

And let us know how that contraption works out!

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Re: BC-153 • Air Changes
« Reply #136 on: June 09, 2019, 07:26:52 am »
Good luck!

And let us know how that contraption works out!

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A few months on I can say that it was a very worthwhile purchase! 

I use it fairly frequently when sat watching TV, as I can't comfortably hold my guitar when doing that. I also took it on holiday with me when it wasn't practical to take a guitar.  Usually I'll just practice air changes between chords that I find tricky or run through chord progressions for songs that I'm learning.

It's definitely helped my playing come on and I've found that air changes are a particularly effective technique for nailing down muscle memory for the various chord grips.

I think also because you can't strum it isolates practice to just fingering.  Doing the same exercises on a guitar I find the temptation is often there to start strumming which then dilutes the practice somewhat.

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Offline DanniTSI3

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Re: BC-153 • Air Changes
« Reply #137 on: June 09, 2019, 08:09:53 am »
A few months on I can say that it was a very worthwhile purchase! 

I use it fairly frequently when sat watching TV, as I can't comfortably hold my guitar when doing that. I also took it on holiday with me when it wasn't practical to take a guitar.  Usually I'll just practice air changes between chords that I find tricky or run through chord progressions for songs that I'm learning.

It's definitely helped my playing come on and I've found that air changes are a particularly effective technique for nailing down muscle memory for the various chord grips.

I think also because you can't strum it isolates practice to just fingering.  Doing the same exercises on a guitar I find the temptation is often there to start strumming which then dilutes the practice somewhat.

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Cool! Might think about getting one!

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My guitar collection (so far):
LH Taylor GS Mini
LH Fender Squier Stratocaster (60s vibe)
VOX Pathfinder Amp
Pedals: Boss Super Chorus CH-1

 

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