Get Out Your Guitar Day 2020 is on Tuesday, February 11, 2020: How much should I practice my guitar a day?
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When I first started, I was very keen and got in about 2 hrs a day, but I was a rock climber already- my hands can take allot punishment, but even they were sore after that!
I'd say since you're just beginning, 30 minutes a day- spend it learning tunes you like, and maybe doing some scales and chords.
Your hands toughen up quick, when they get harder, I'd go for an hour a day practice, with a minimum of 1/2 an hour.
However, if you feel like not practicing, think why- and play a different style of music, don't give up, you should enjoy your practice! Or most of it...
how much are the guitars these days?
If you want a good quality guitar.. spend something like..300 and up.. i have a 100 dollar electric.. not that great.. fret board is uncomfortable.. too thick..sound is okay.. but not great.. the other guitars are better because they have a more comfortable feel..more unique look.. and are durable.. which makes it better in the long run if you're serious.. it depends on the type you want ..the brand.. and the look.. you search that on your own.. but remember to try out the feel of the neck of the guitar but if you want good.. 300 and up..maybe 200's.. reserarch it well
How many hours should I practice guitar a day?
It's about consistency and effective practice. 30 minutes a day is better than 2 hours every 3 days.
Collegiate music students are expected to practice 4 hours a day. And that's just an average...There's also a maximum amount of practice one can get in a day, and everyone's burning out point varies.
For someone who's just started 45 minutes-1 hour is a pretty good amount to practice your instrument. If that's two much that's fine, spend 15 minutes-30 minutes a day working on your technique, scales, chords, etc. Practice until you get bored, don't get to the point where you feel disinterested or try to resist practicing. The amount of practice you put into guitar should be equally mirrored by time that you just devote for jamming and having fun. But if you don't practice, you will eventually get bored by just jamming because there's no new stuff that you've practiced to jam with!