Let me tell you about something that’s really annoying as a guitar teacher.

In this day and age – so many online guitar courses, products and lessons are marketed as being able to solve all your problems and make you an amazing guitarist overnight.⁠

They’re marketed as being able to take you from where you are now and transport you to were you want to be – cutting out all the years of practice in between.⁠

Ever heard the saying – if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is? Well, this is one of those cases.

I understand there are online materials out there that can show you correct technique, as well as other things that are really helpful.

But nothing, I repeat – NOTHING is going to take away the years of playing and practice required to become a great guitar player.

Even if you have the best teacher in the world – you’ll still need to put in the practice in order to apply their lessons.

Practice shouldn’t be viewed as something that’s annoying and something that can, and should be avoided.⁠

Quite frankly, it annoys the shit out of me when I hear so called online guitar teachers referring to it that way.⁠

The growth you’ll experience while working hard towards achieving playing goals, growth that isn’t only about guitar playing – is the best thing about practice.⁠

If you don’t do the work, you don’t deserve to be there – simple as that.⁠

That being said, it IS possible to fast track your improvement with a good teacher – but again, you’ll still need to practice.⁠

The amount of quality practice you put in is the only thing that’s going to determine just how fast you reach your goals.⁠

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