"The Key to Learning Guitar
Whether you've got 20, 30, or even 60 + minutes for playing guitar, it’s crucial to
learn how to optimize your playing sessions so you get maximum results and
Cut Your Learning Curve for Guitar in Half
When you know how to practice for maximum results, you'll accomplish in 30
minutes what it takes most guitarists an hour or more! In other words, you’ll cut
your learning curve at least in half.
The 2 Biggest Problems with Most Guitar
Typical guitar lessons and online guitar courses cover guitar chords, scales,
songs and maybe a bit of guitar theory. But, rarely do they ever show you how to
practice for maximum results.
Since most guitar players don’t know how to practice for maximum results,
those that teach can only teach what they know, so their students can’t be shown
how to practice for maximum results.
Practicing the right way is absolutely critical if you want to learn to play guitar now,
not months and months down the road.
Also, once you’ve been playing for a little while, knowing how to practice becomes
even more important. If you don’t practice the right things, the right way, it won't
take long for your playing to feel like it has hit a brick wall.
Now here is the second major problem with most guitar methods…
You’ve probably heard this before:
Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day;
teach a man to fish and feed him for a lifetime.
This holds very true with music lessons.
The problem is guitarists are usually never shown how to actually learn the chords,
scales and songs shown in typical guitar courses. It’s simply a: “here it is, now off
you go and learn it on your own” approach. This makes it a ridiculously long trial-
and-error process for you.
Obviously, this is not effective, especially when you are short on time to start with!
Fortunately, it doesn’t have to be this way.
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