- Gently massage each hand. Concentrate on area located at the base of the thumb.
- Place your hands against one another and press your fingertips together.
- Stretch your fingers out as far as you can and then curl them inward. Repeat twice.
C – C#/Db – D – D#/Eb – E – F – F#/Gb – G – G#/Ab – A – A#/Bb – B – CStep 3 – Start Playing To start improving on guitar, you’re going to need to set aside a bit of time to practice. Developing a daily routine is a good idea. Plan to spend at least 15 minutes a day practicing everything you’ve learned. At first, your fingers will be sore, but by playing daily, they’ll toughen up, and in a short amount of time, they’ll stop hurting.
- Learn a new chord
- Learn one section of a new song
- Practice picking, strumming, and plucking
- Play a short, familiar piece that is comfortable for you
- Don’t focus on playing your finale piece with perfection, just play it
- Closing your eyes can help calm you if the practice session was difficult or frustrating