Singing is also not an option right now but I will definitely start working on it when I finally get home. Beat tapping might be useful because I do it anyway, but without a clear rhythm. And the theory should continue to be studied, because I have learned almost nothing in the last two years.
Thanks for good tips.
Even if it’s just in your head. Think up melodies.
Look around you and try to find interesting lyrics, describing what you see and feel. Make notes of them when you then get the chance. Don’t get hung up on rhyming.
(It’s always the right category to mention the awesomeness of this community )
Yeah, but it’s not that easy even with my first language. But I actually wrote one previous summer. It’s kinda silly song about r’n’r but I like it. I remember that lines just popped up in my head. Someday I’ll write music for it and post it here.
Hi Artem! Not the best times for you, I really feel sorry for you. First of all - stay safe!
Practicing without guitar, not really inspiring and I don’t know at which stage you are and if you have access to the web in this situation, but maybe you could:
learn the fretboard
visualize scales, chordshapes, sequences
learn passages, songs, etc. by heart
analyze songs you can play later, when you are back home
repeat motorical processes to keep muscle memory
train different rhythms
I just saw, that Justin made a video about practicing without a guitar. I didn’t see the video yet, but maybe that helps?