#1
so right now i dont have a job and im out of school, so i have pretty much all day free to do whatever i want to, figure i might as well use it to get better at guitar :p

i say i can put at least 4-6 hours a day into practice without getting tired of it, but what should i be practicing?

i mostly play the blues and classic rock, with some metal thrown in every now and then
#2
well honestly it's not what should you be practicing but what shouldn't you be but without knowing your experience i guess i could only say theory and being able to read notes. and arpeggios
#3
dont forget to warm up.
practise playing your favourite songs/whatever you feel like. its up to you.
#4
Spend an hour on technique, an hour on improvising, and the last two hours jamming with other people. There's no more valuable a skill for a musician to have than knowing how to interact with other musicians.
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#6
major and minor scales arpeggios and try the spider walk(execise) if u dont kno it
use alternate picking and go up and down with it. sounds lame but it helps with accuracy and speed.
e|-5-6------7---------8--------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|-------5------6---------7---------8------------------------------------------------------|
G|------------------5---------6---------7-------------8------------------------------------|
D|--------------------------------5----------6-----------7----------8----------------------|
A|------------------------------------------------5----------6-----------7------8----------|
E|---------------------------------------------------------------5-----------6------7--8---|