Announcement: releases “Quick Tips about Guitar Practicing - Guitar Lesson on How to Practice”

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News Image instructor Jon MacLennan gives some advice on practicing guitar in this video lesson. Jon talks about never practicing anything that you would not perform live. He feels that it is far better to play music than to practice exercises. He uses the example of if you was wanting to work on the technique of hammer-on and pull-off’s it would be more beneficial in the long run to practice some riffs, licks or songs that use those techniques that you play when you perform live than to simple practice some exercise that uses the techniques. It is always better to refine music than to practice monotonous lame sounding exercises that no matter how good you get at them, they don’t sound cool. Head over to for more great practicing ideas and philosophies to help you take your playing to the next level.

Jon MacLennan
Los Angeles based guitarist Jon MacLennan began his career at the age of 16 and is one of the busiest upcoming session guitarist, artist, composer, producer, and professional educator in LA. Jon has done session work for Julian Lennon, Steven Tyler, and British pop star Jamie Cullum. He has appeared on Disney channels “The Suite Life of Zack and Cody” and on the sound track to the movie “Marley and Me 2 – The Puppy Years”. MacLennan earned a bachelor’s in ethnomusicology and jazz guitar studies from University of California, Los Angeles, and has been mentored by Carl Verheyen, Wolf Marshall, Kenny Burrell, Anthony Wilson, Tamir Hendelmen, Jimmy Wyble and Ron Anthony which has made him a highly sought after guitar instructor today.

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