Today, we're looking at one of the most commonly overlooked reasons an amateur guitarist might not get as good as the professionals he or she idolizes. Professional guitarists typically have a rather specific style of practice that develops all their skills equally and quickly, and without copying this routine, it can take amateurs a considerably longer amount of time to get that good.
Check out the following video for a summary of a practice routine that will help you become as good as your idols, rather than the slow growth you may or may not be accustomed to.
About the Author:
Kevin Goetz is a music teacher by trade, with a focus on empowering students with the skills and knowledge needed to make a living as a musician. This includes everything from technique, to songwriting, to marketing, to audio engineering, to even the mentalities necessary for success.