If you're a self-taught guitarist wanting to play songs without spending all your time practicing, this may be the most important audiobook to which you ever listen....
This isn't one of those “practice until your fingers bleed“ or “cram confusing theory into your mind” type of guitar instruction guides. There are plenty of those available (i.e. practice scales and exercises for hours per day and feel guilty if you don’t).
When you approach practice like that, you have a lot of “stuff” to practice, but you usually have no real music to show for it, ending up with what I call mountain climber syndrome. You feel like eventually, your hard work is going to pay off, everything will come together, and you’ll finally be able to play songs.
Why not play songs right away instead?
This audiobook shows you:
How to get songs to performance quality no matter what level you're starting at
You should practice guitar parts over and over until you master them, right? Wrong! (Find out why in chapter seven)
How to create a practice routine you enjoy and can actually stick to (even if you have a super busy schedule)
When the best time to practice is for long-lasting results
Five ways to cut your practice time in half and virtually guarantee you make progress each time you pick up your guitar
What to think about while you're playing songs (the answer may surprise you)
How to reduce the amount of mistakes you make and exactly what to do when you make one (most beginners are doing the opposite!)
One practice method you should never use if you want rapid results on guitar
Say good-bye to guessing what to practice next and finally build a playlist of songs you're proud to play on guitar!