I base my approach on what is the objective. I build smaller goals based on that objective, and attain it one at a time. Though time is of the essence, I believe that when learning is concerned, it is best for it to take time. If an approach doesn't work, I don't force it. Instead, I try a different way. It could involve modifying the objective, or cutting up the smaller goals into more attainable ones.
That way, learning is achieved.
I've been playing the guitar for around 14 years since I was in High School, as a gift from my father. I now play various band instruments like keyboard, bass, drums and violin. I learned theory a while after I started playing, and first bought my own electric guitar 10 years later.
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I'm a progressive music enthusiast, used to own a 7 string guitar and a 6 string bass. My influences include but not limited to Dream Theater, Symphony X, Haken, Metallica, Silverstein, Periphery and Trivium. Though most of these bands are metal, I gained my music theory from them and attained the skills through covers and practice.
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