A “tool” on the guitar is a device or method we use to do a specific job. It could be training a skill, solving a problem, or meeting some other, more general need.
See also the Guitar Gear page, for more gizmos and gadgets.
Here are some of the best musical tools:
- How to Use a Metronome – Perhaps the most common musical tool, the metronome helps us to train our internal rhythm. It’s useful in many guitar practice situations.
- How to Use an Ordinary Timer to Supercharge Your Classical Guitar Practice – Here’s a great way to stay focused and more done in less time.
- Video Yourself for More Effective Practice – A simple camera (phone) or audio recorder is one of the most powerful tools for guitar practice. They enable us to be our own teachers, giving ourselves the feedback usually only gained with an instructor.
All Articles on Guitar Tools
- 35 Minute Guided Classical Guitar Practice
- An Alternative to Music Notation Software
- Can you play classical guitar on acoustic guitar?
- Do You Need a New Guitar? How to Tell if It’s Time for a Upgrade
- Finding More Time and Energy to Practice Guitar
- How to Shadow Practice on Guitar
- How To Teach Yourself Classical Guitar (even if you live on the moon)
- How to Use a Metronome for Guitar Practice
- How to Use an Ordinary Timer to Supercharge Your Classical Guitar Practice
- MusoMirror Music Stand Mirror Review
- Successful Practice Tip: End On a High Note!