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Daily Doses
Daily Doses are little mini "work-outs" for you to improve and reinforce your technique every single day. Take 10 minutes to view the lesson, spend a few minutes practicing, and then upload your results to our Daily Dose Facebook Page for Feedback from Dojo U instructors and peers!

Daily Dose: The B Strikes...Strike!

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In today's Daily Dose, we focus on cleaning up our B strikes.

Daily Dose: Perfecting the E Gracenote

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Can you play a perfect E gracenote? Lets find out with today's exercise!

Daily Dose: March of the Grips Part 2

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Let's focus on grips in today's exercise, this time with a bit of ALAP/ASAP.

Daily Dose: March of the Grips

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In today's Daily Dose, we run through a grip exercise that sounds oddly like a tune!

Daily Dose: A Gripping Exercise

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Get ready for a long one-- in today's Daily Dose, we practice EVERY grip combination!

Daily Dose: Simplifying to Make It More Difficult?

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Sometimes taking out some embellishments makes us realize we weren't playing the easy stuff right! Let's learn the basics of simplifying a difficult passage, and then do a little bit of work on our scale navigation!

Daily Dose: Magnifying Your Metronome

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Generally, if you wanted to slow something down, you'd just turn the metronome down, right? However, I'm going to show you how speeding the metronome up can actually serve as a magnifying glass for difficult parts of tunes. Check it out!

Daily Dose: Meet the Beat

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Today; an exercise in hitting the beat - can you truly control your basic rhythms?

Daily Dose: Closed to Open to Closed

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Today let's look at the idea of what an "infinitely small" gracenote might sound like, by starting small, and then opening them up. Then, we'll close them down again. Check it out!