3 Steps To Learn The Guitar Faster
Trying to learn something new on the guitar can be frustrating. Whether you are a complete beginner just getting started or an experienced player stuck in a rut, it’s easy to get discouraged. It’s hard to find the lessons you need, you’re never really sure what to learn next, and it rarely feels like you’re making any real progress. Unfortunately far too many students give up at this point - often when they’re on the cusp of a breakthrough.
In teaching thousands of private and online students over the past 18 years, I’ve noticed a number of things that the most successful students have in common. First, they have complete clarity on exactly what to do in order to improve. Second, they take some time to play the guitar every day, often for as little as 10-20 minutes. And third, they aren’t afraid to ask for help. In fact they often go out of their way to get advice from more experienced players.
In contrast unsuccessful students bounce around between random videos online. They never really have a gameplan for success, so they never really know what to do next. They have short bursts of motivation from time to time, but without a plan they never feel like they are making progress. As a result they eventually give up thinking they just don’t have what it takes to learn.
The truth is anybody can learn to play the guitar. It’s never too late to get started, but it is important to have the right tools. That’s why I built the new GuitarLessons.com to be the easiest way for you to accelerate your progress on the guitar. Here’s how it works in three simple steps:
1. Choose A Guided Lesson Plan
2. Watch The Step-By-Step Lessons
3. Apply Your Skills Along To Music
And as a GuitarLessons.com member - you’re never alone. You can submit questions anytime, chat with other members in the forum, and tune in for our live video broadcasts. We host question and answer sessions, practice alongs, and other fun community events. It’s all about providing you with the tools, inspiration, support you need to reach your goals on the guitar!