#2
yep and if you do it for 100 hours you'll be ten times better

j/k

according to Marty friedman an hour can be enough as long as you stay focussed on what your doing.10 hours seems much IMO but everyone is kind of different , see what works for you by experimenting
#3
Practice the same techniques, just not for literally ten hours. Focus on one technique you wish to improve in and practice that for 1-2 hours or however fits your schedule. If you're not in a hurry to get better, then that's the way to go, IMO.
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Quote by ConeShred
Practice the same techniques, just not for literally ten hours. Focus on one technique you wish to improve in and practice that for 1-2 hours or however fits your schedule. If you're not in a hurry to get better, then that's the way to go, IMO.


know any other good technequies, i'll probably start dedicating about an hour a day if i can fit it in, and try learning songs, but got any other ideas?
#5
Don't forget about the stress you're putting on your hands. 10 hours just looks like it's asking for RSI.
#6
yeahh be careful, first of all you may hate the guitar after playin that long and making it a chore...also your hands and wrists will start hurting a lot, take it easy...i dont see why a few hours isnt more than enough
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#8
understand that Steve Vai is a beast at what he does..

The more time you put in, the better i guess..
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#9
What would be the best way to divide this out into 10 hours?

Are these exersices practiced randomly or is there a particular order to it?
#10
He's also got the upgrade, the Steve Vai 30h workout.

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This is NOT meant as a workout of ten hours straight; it's simply that it would take about ten hours to complete the workout. And then youu have to repeat and speed up.
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#11
Steve Vai is a great player, he is also freaking insane. You don't need to be a zealot to be good at guitar, you only need to be dedicated.