Hammer-ons sound great on guitar. They just do. There’s something about that snap between notes that makes any phrase come alive.

While you may enjoy playing hammer-ons, you can struggle with playing them perfectly every time.

Some days your fingers are flopping everywhere, other days you miss notes, and on other days your second note is half the volume as the first.

All combining for a bad hammer on experience. And when you have negative practice experiences like these it’s hard to stay positive in the practice room.

Because of this, I’ve put together a short lesson that teaches you how to play perfect hammer-ons every time.

In this lesson, you learn how to play perfect hammer-ons, how to build rock-solid technique in only a few minutes a day and have fun in the practice room.

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