One of the most important parts of learning is repetition. Most people cannot just master something the very first time they play it. When someone repeats something they gain the chance to take a second different look with the system in reference than they took originally. Repetition enables a person trying to learn something the chance for possibly paradigmatic changes in their understanding the concepts in reference, when everything clicks. Additionally by repeating things the guitar play may develop muscle memory which helps aid their cognitive maps of the fret board and notes to play and not play on it. This is why Maxim 1: is that Repetition is the Most important Part of Learning. When people have repeated things enough they just might learn guitar or accomplish a different goal if they repeat enough. Repetition of key areas can improve understanding and skill acquisition.
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