#1
If given these books, how would you plan a practice routine? 3 Hours max.

1. MI Chord tone soloing
2. MI Guitar Soloing Improvisation for the contemporary guitarist
3. Music Theory Everything you wanted to know but are afraid toask
4. Speed Mechanics for lead guitar
5. Fretboard logic
6. Ultimate fretboard Navigator(?)
7. troy Stetina Lead Metal Guitar Volume 1
8. Beginning Jazz guitar

The level of the player is about beginner-intermediate, knows the major scale pattern (7 Patterns), the Pentatonic and knows the notes on the fretboard (but not automatic)
-When you have eliminated all which is impossible,then whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth

-PRS Tremonti SE with SD SH-1 '59 (Neck) and SD Distortion (Bridge)

-Schecter C-1 Elite

-Line 6 PODXT

-Floorboard
#2
the first thing i would realise with those books is that i can't do everything each day.

probably find some exercises from speed mechanics and do those for about 30-45m per day. then move on to ultimate fretboard navigator for 25 mins.

from there i would look at music theory and then work on MI chord tone soloing and solo improv for 30-40

then do some beginning jazz guitar for about 30-40

and also learn some songs of choice after all of that. but definitely do some of the speed mechanics exercises every day to keep working the muscle memory of the fingers.
#3
How long do i dwell with each exercise on the speed mechanic?

How do I know when to change exercises?

And scales?

Thanks btw for the info/suggestions.
-When you have eliminated all which is impossible,then whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth

-PRS Tremonti SE with SD SH-1 '59 (Neck) and SD Distortion (Bridge)

-Schecter C-1 Elite

-Line 6 PODXT

-Floorboard
#4
Any body?
-When you have eliminated all which is impossible,then whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth

-PRS Tremonti SE with SD SH-1 '59 (Neck) and SD Distortion (Bridge)

-Schecter C-1 Elite

-Line 6 PODXT

-Floorboard
#5
You'll know when to move on from an excercise when you're happy with the accuracy and speed you can play it at.
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#6
Quote by gflip69
How long do i dwell with each exercise on the speed mechanic?

How do I know when to change exercises?

And scales?

Thanks btw for the info/suggestions.


You have to decide.

Those exercises won't help unless you practice them properly. Read my 1st lesson.

Also, focus on no more than 2 things every week.
#7
Here's what I'd Do ( Not counting warm-up)

Lead Study- 1 Hour

Speed Mechanics for lead guitar-15 minutes
MI Guitar Soloing Improvisation for the contemporary guitarist-15 Minuites
MI Chord tone soloing-15 Minutes
troy Stetina Lead Metal Guitar Volume 1-15 Minutes

Theory Study- 45 Minutes
Music Theory Everything you wanted to know but are afraid toask-15 Minutes
Fretboard logic-15 Minutes
Ultimate fretboard Navigator(?)-15 Minutes

Jazz Study-15 Minutes
Beginning Jazz guitar-15 Minutes

But that's just how I would do it, it's your practice dude.