Practice-Right – Guitar Teaching Aid Guitar Teaching Aid Sat, 27 Aug 2016 09:08:11 +0000 en-US hourly 1 112364803 NEW Models. Coming soon! Tue, 17 Nov 2015 11:29:13 +0000 After the release of the original Practice-Right in 2012, we have helped thousands of guitarists around the globe to understand the correct right hand position. First starting in the USA in cooperation with Mix Music Company from Serbia and distribution through Strings By Mail, Practice-Right is now available in many countries in Europe as well as in Asia (click here to see the list of PR disrtributors).


The success of guitarists who use Practice-Right is our success too. This is the driving force which led us to improve the product, making the progress of learning the correct right hand posture even easier and with greater success.


We will soon be releasing two models: an improved Adult model  and a brand new Kid’s model. With these new models, the guitarists will immediately feel a more secure posture and less strap slippage. The new Adult model  has an improved and more supportive strap, while the Kid’s model  has a shorter strap which fits better on smaller wrists. Due to its proven success, the body and the core of the original Practice-Right remains the same.


Our focus also remains the same – Helping guitarists to learn/correct their right hand posture in order to speak better through the language of music.


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Distribution in Asia Mon, 16 Mar 2015 09:13:03 +0000 Practice-Right is now available in Japan through companies  LEP International CO., LTD and Ninevolt Japan:

Practice-Right now available in Spain Tue, 27 Jan 2015 09:32:32 +0000 We are happy to announce our new distributer from Spain – Musical Tamayo.
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Practice-Right in Finland Thu, 20 Nov 2014 05:30:35 +0000 logo MusiikkiToteemi




Practice-Right  soon available in Finland. Pre orders are available here.

Practice-Right Now Available in Norway Thu, 20 Nov 2014 05:17:48 +0000 logo MusikkMiljo




In cooperation with the European based company Musikk-Miljo, Practice-Right is now available in Norway. Click here to order.

Practice-Right Review at Guitar International Sat, 29 Jun 2013 11:50:30 +0000 Practice-Right is a new product invented by the world-class classical guitarist Stevan Jovic, and has been specifically designed to help the student learn and maintain the proper right hand position.

Practice-Right is made of quality material that is not only durable but adjustable which will suit the slight variation each teacher might have, it also comes in 3 different sizes and is perfect for both left and right handed players.

Practice-Right is an ideal practice aide for any student who is unsure of the correct right hand position, who wants to undo bad habits, and will also make a great tool for those musicians outside of the classical guitar world such as bass players, acoustic guitarists, and anyone that is interested in improving technique and taking their playing to the next level.   –  Brad Conroy M.M. Staff writer: Guitar International

Course Packet at University of Minnesota Sat, 22 Dec 2012 10:00:51 +0000 In Fall 2012 Practice-Right became a part of the course packet for elective guitar classes at the University of Minnesota – School of Music.

“Practice-Right works amazingly and is one of the most genius products truly contributing to effective teaching!”


– Maja Radovanlija, Chair of the Guitar Department.

Marco Tamayo Sat, 22 Dec 2012 09:59:18 +0000 Here is Marco Tamayo trying out Practice-Right! Mr. Tamayo is an internationally acclaimed classical guitar  artist and a professor at the University Mozarteum in Salzburg/Austria.

Practice-Right Review in Soundboard Magazine Sat, 22 Dec 2012 09:58:40 +0000  

The Practice-Right’s logo of a squirrel holding an eighth note earned it a new name among my three to eight year-old guitar students, who took turns wearing “the squirrel.”  One of my six-year-old students who has been working to keep his knuckles over the strings to elevate his wrist, quickly realized that this device was correcting his flattening wrist-hand position, and declared, “The squirrel is my enemy!”  After which, he successfully adjusted his hand position!

I sent the Practice-Right home with one of my seven-year-old students who is also working on hand position, and asked him to practice with it every day, making sure to check that the shape of his wrist matched the curve of the Practice-Right at the beginning and end of each piece.  This gave him a concrete visual for comparison, as abstract descriptions of how the wrist should look or feel can often be confusing.  His dad said they both had a clearer idea of the goal for his right hand during that week’s practice, and his hand position was much more consistent at the next lesson. – Madeleine Davidson, B.M. in Classical Guitar Performance from Manhattan School of Music, Suzuki guitar faculty at the Lucy Moses School and the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music.


Best IDEA of 2012 Sat, 22 Dec 2012 09:56:35 +0000 Practice-Right wins First place at the Kelley School of Business IDEA 2012 Competition sponsored by the Johnson Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation!