A recent discovery by Dr. Valorie Salimpoor and her colleagues at the Montreal Neurological Institute sent shockwaves throughout the scientific community around the world.
It’s a fact: Listening to music actually causes our brains to release the
neurotransmitter dopamine. The same chemical that’s responsible for the intense pleasure we experience during sex, or riding a roller coaster, gambling or eating a food that’s absolutely delicious. Dopamine controls our brain’s reward and pleasure centers. And it helps regulate muscle movement (extremely important for guitarists) and emotions. But more importantly, this dopamine surge inside the brain is what motivates you to take action to achieve the goal or learning a new song.
Using brain imaging, Dr. Salimpoor observed that dopamine is produced inside our brain at the exact time we experience intense pleasure while listening to music.
These findings shocked doctors around the world because it showed for the first time that music can affect our brain in ways that were previously thought impossible.
Why This Is Important For Guitar Players
When you want to learn a new song on guitar, do NOT grab the tab first
. That’s the old way. This new scientific discovery that links dopamine and music has changed everything. Discover exactly what to do (and what NOT to do) to learn songs on guitar fast in this video.
You Can Learn How To Play Nearly Any Song On Guitar In Any Style... In 30 Minutes Or Less Even If You Don't Read Music!
If you want to quickly and easily play your favorite songs by ear it's easy! All you need to do is follow a this step-by-step method
taught by Prof. Steve Stine
in his breakthrough, Songfire "Learn Almost Any Song In 30 Minutes Or Less" quick and simple course.
And this proven method will work for you...
No matter your age, or how busy you are, or how long you’ve been playing. Even if you don’t believe you have an ounce of talent, or you don’t read music.
There are 4 Key Steps
One, create a "dopamine rush" inside your brain
by first laying down your guitar and just listening
to song you want to learn. Don’t even think about trying to play it until the core hooks
of the song are deep in your mind, and you really feel that surge of emotion.
apply the memory-strategy of chunking
to organize the chords of a song into easy-to-remember groupings.
focus on primary chords
used in 95% of songs, and ignore
apply the principle of prediction
to visualize chord-changes before
Songfire is based on Prof. Steve Stine's more than 25 years of teaching and performance experience
and undeniable, scientific research. It’s worked for thousands of guitarists in over 100 different countries. And it's scientifically-designed to get you playing your favorite songs faster than any other method available.
Find out more about this proven method in learning to play songs on the guitar and how it will be a complete game changer to your guitar playing