After practicing

Hey guys! Happy New Year! Question: After your practices do you guys go straight into playing songs you know, learn a new song, take a break or go into your seven factors( for extra credit) or create your own riffs? Keep on Riffing!

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Hey !

Personnaly, often, i go to the bed after !! Because i play when my kid is on the bed so it’s late.:sweat_smile:

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I tend to work loose myself on either ideas or a peice I’m learning. During this time I feel at my best and it is fun and exciting to nail the riffs.

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Solid answers. I’m only asking because of now I’ve been unemployed on and off since March of 2020 so I’ve been taking advantage of Kiko’s course. I’m trying to find a solid way of playing the guitar after my practices (including doing the seven factors).

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I hate to admit it, but pretty much the only time I practice is if there is a musical idea in my head that I can’t physically execute. I need to break out of that approach – it’s holding back.

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It depends on my mood. Sometimes compose, sometimes play songs I didn’t play in a while, sometimes read books… etc.

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I usually don’t. I separate practice time completely from play, creating, recording to mornings before work. I usually look to evenings to play, create and record. Just because of time. This ends up being good before bed…when I am done creating I am usually in a good mood/ state for sleeping.