Here it is. . . I challenge you all to pick one scale and play it 100 times, without stopping, every day for 7 days. Repetition is a powerful tool that will help you to get better at the guitar very quickly. Repeating a scale this much will help you memorize the scale perfectly, get your hands in shape, and hone in your coordination.
Pick any scale you like. I encourage you to pick a scale that you don't already know or a scale that you have been having problems playing.
If you take this challenge seriously you will see your guitar skills grown in an incredible way.
It only takes about 10 - 15 minutes a day to play a scale 100 times. If you are more of a beginner guitar player, playing a scale 100 times a day may be too hard for you. Don't be afraid to back the number down to 75, 50, or even 20. The important thing is that you push yourself beyond your normal practice routine.
Feel free to post videos of yourself and your success stories. I know that this technique works great because I use it all of the time. I also know that some of the best players in the world are the ones who use repetition extensively in their practice time.
I Dare you to get better on the guitar this week,
Hey Nate!!! I just started on your challenge today. It didn't take near as long as I thought it would. The hardest part was keeping track of what number I'm on. This is day one, six more to go. I just might be as good as Carolyn Wonderland yet! Woohoo!!!!! Now my hands hurt...but they hurt worse when I recorded my first album...this is gonna be a breeze