Your guitar heroes practice hours and hours every day, but you only have a little time to dedicate to your guitar? Fear not, as you CAN become a good player with little time a day if you keep your practice balanced.
If you do not practice is not equilibrated, then these things may happen:
- You may become a technical player with little or no expression (aka "mindless shredder" -and I love shred!)
- You may become a good player but you won’t know any songs and won’t be able to improvise
- You may never be able to play as fast or as technical as you’d like
Many famous guitar players have made public their guitar scheduule. The most famous is probably Steve Vai with his 10h workout… I can safely assume that most of you reading right now do NOT have 10h a day to do that (though the workout is great…), so what do we do?
I want to share with you a simple way to balance your practice routine so that you will be able to use every second you have to practice without stressing with over-complicated schedules. This routine is super-flexible and can be learned in minutes
(This routine saves you more time every day than it takes to watch the video)
And now you know how to take control of your guitar practice and let it take in the direction you want, rather than just practicing random stuff you find online. Enjoy!