Are you willing to work for it? Do you think anyone could do it?
The world of guitar training is filled with people that are willing to do what people are unwilling to, and to work for it. And this is no different in our industry. If you are a beginner guitarist who is ready to put in the work, you should have all of the things you need just and your mind and heart is ready to put in the hard work. But, if not, I strongly urge you to work towards it one day with patience and dedication. If you can’t do it right now, then wait. I can’t offer you a “one size fits all approach” but hopefully you can figure out what works for you – and what doesn’t.
Do you have any advice for the guitar players who want to improve their guitar skills?
The one piece of advice I would highly recommend is to get to know your guitar. The more you practice, and the more you know about your guitar and how it sounds, the better your guitar will be.
And if you already have a great sound, just practice it longer!
A short answer would be to take time out to just play a few songs.
The most important thing is to understand your sound. Take the guitar into your living room and try to memorize the chords and arpeggios without using the chords in your own song. This is important.
For this, we will need a guitar tuner.
What can you guarantee to people who wants to learn and improve their guitar playing?
If you really care about your skill, you will learn and practice your technique. Practice it every day. Go to your local music store and find someone who has taught you one day, and ask them to teach you another. Take what you learn from my guide and put that into practice.
If you are still struggling, you can always talk to us in order to have a private lesson. But do keep in mind that it will never be like a live session. The difference is in that we won’t be able to help the way a real guitar teacher will and most importantly, they aren’t a guitar teacher to the degree we are.
What’s the next step for You, the guitarist on your journey to becoming a professional guitar player?
Practice hard! Start by playing every song on guitar in your garage. This is where you can get new practice habits. You will be improving your solo