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  • one year ago

why would repeated practice of guitar chords make you a better guitar player

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  1. anonymous
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    It helps you remmber

  2. anonymous
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    Muscle memory.

  3. BioEpic
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    Yup, the more you do something the better your muscles remember it - kind of how you can throw a baseball accurately with you dominant hand without thinking through practice but you can't with the other (your non-dominant hand lacks the muscle memory).

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    @Bluue.__ A lot of Practice, More professional you become. example, what make you read alphabets fast ?

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    It helps you remmber

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