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Luvay Pocket Guitar, Finger Exercise, Scales & Chords Practice Tool (6 Fret Black) Reviews

Luvay Pocket Guitar, Finger Exercise, Scales & Chords Practice Tool (6 Fret Black)

  • 6 Fret , mini size, portable for pocket carry
  • Genuine 6 strings,you can adjust the tightness of the strings
  • Made of high strength plastic shell, durable in use
  • Ergonomic design:fit and let you train comfortably
  • Improving your finger dexterity and speeding up the progress of guitar playing
Description:
The pocket strings guitar aims to improve finger's sensitivity and without the environmental restrictions and easy to carry.
It allows you to practice and improve your guitar skills anywhere such as: cars, airplanes, the office, school, dinner table where your pocket guitar will fit, but your guitar won't.
Its ergonomic design, compact size and lightweight makes it easy to carry and available for you to practice.
Specifications:
Material: Plastic, wood, Steel
Dimensions:
Closed approx: 7.9" x 2"x 1"/20cm x 5cm x 2.5cm
Open approx: 13" x 2" x 1"/33cm x 5cm x 2.5cm
Package Contents:
1 x Pocket Guitar
1 x Bag
1 x Wrench

List Price: $ 7.88 Price: $ 7.88

How do you recognize where you are in a jazz song when playing chords?

When I am playing jazz and when it gets to the solo part sometimes I get lost but the problem is, because the melody isn’t being played, I can’t seem to recognize where we are in the song. So how would you be able to just recognize it? Sometimes in a song I am on one measure and the song is already on another measure but I don’t even realize it. Is there something I am suppose to be listening for?
Sometimes I see pianists just jump in the middle of the song, how do they recognize where we are in the song at a certain point?