How Do I Best See The Lights When I'm Trying To Learn?

How to Best View the Lights When Practicing

1. Place the guitar on the left leg (or right if you’re left-handed).
2. Move the guitar’s headstock up toward your head.
3. Push the bottom side of the guitar out and away from your body towards your knees while keeping the top of the guitar pressed against your body. This will tilt the face of the fretboard towards you for better viewing.
4. Remember, this position should only be used for viewing the lights to visually memorize what you are trying to learn. Use the loop feature along with the tempo control to really focus in on what you are trying to learn. Because you shouldn’t be looking at the fretboard while you are playing, you should return to the standard playing position when performing what you have learned.

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