What do you think about the tonebase Practice Plans?

Hey tonebuddies!

We've been hard at work to enhance your learning experience and provide a structured, personalized approach to mastering your guitar skills. The "tonebase Practice Plans" are designed to help you set and achieve your musical goals with ease. Whether you're a beginner or a seasoned player, we believe this feature will add tremendous value to your practice sessions.

Now, we'd love to hear your thoughts! Have you had a chance to explore the "tonebase Practice Plan" yet? What do you think about its layout, functionality, and overall impact on your practice routine?

Your feedback is incredibly valuable to us, and it will play a crucial role in shaping the future of our platform.

Feel free to share your experiences, suggestions, or any improvements you'd like to see. Your insights matter, and together, we can make tonebase an even better space for all tonebuddies.

Let's keep the conversation going! Drop your comments below and let us know what you think. 🎶

Happy playing!

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  • Hi, David, and thanks for your response.

     

    Actually, what I am looking for is one or two other players who are kind of in the same boat as I, having been engaged with the guitar for some time without a lot of of outside input, and now looking to improve their game based on ideas and techniques presented here. I am definitely looking for informal meetings, where no one is “the teacher” and the only agenda is what we agree to talk about, but rather than dealing with a group I would rather meet one-on-one with someone. For me, that lends itself to more meaningful interaction. I have tried this with a few people, and each time the other has seemed to want to be my teacher. I am looking for a simpatico learning companion! If you yourself are interested in exploring this notion, I will be happy to talk more with you.

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      Tom Misseldine I agree that having a peer with similar aims makes for effective learning. I experienced this myself as a teen, after befriending a fellow student in my teacher's studio. What ensued was a healthy mix of cooperation and competition. (And a friendship that has endured through the decades!) Of course, this kind of interaction works best when the personalities involved are compatible! Perhaps ToneBase could establish a database of individuals interested in finding a learning partner, with a profile sketch indicating level, aims, availability, and so on.

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  • I would hope picking a level were simpler in the platform. I rely on picking repertoire that is at my level, roughly.

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