There is always a possibility to do things better and in a more effective way. As I said before, I believe that there are shortcuts from point A to point B.
But here is the secret.
If you want to find those shortcuts, you have to work smarter and harder than most people are willing to. If you want to find strategies that work, you’ve got to spend some time looking for them.
You’ve got to invest your energy into upgrading your practice and learning habits. That’s how you can find solutions to most of your guitar related problems.
But remember, it is not a magic solution or a quick-fix. The road to success is little bit different than most people imagine. It is not possible to become a fantastic guitar player overnight. Even if you use the best methods available, it will take you few years and lot of sweat to become extraordinary. Not that the time would matter, but just to make sure we get it right.
Never give up on a dream just because of the length of time it will take to accomplish it. The time will pass anyway.
—H. Jackson Brown
And since I am in the mood of revealing some of my “secrets” today, here is another one.
The best strategies and methods for becoming a better guitarist are the ones that you’ve probably heard hundreds of times before. The rules of efficient guitar practice are straightforward. Continue Reading →