Learn By Doing

We all know that experience is the best teacher.

Yet, as guitarists, we often spend too much of our "practice time" reading about guitar, planning practice routines, researching gear, talking about music, etc.

All of these things are good. But none of these things will actually make you any better as a guitarist.

Want to know the secret to incredible musical growth?

Learn by doing.

Want to train your ear? Start charting songs by ear.

Want to learn how to improvise? Start improvising.

Want to become a great songwriter? Start writing songs.

Want to play slide guitar like Derek Trucks? Buy a slide and learn some Derek Trucks solos or licks.

I think you get the picture.

The process to becoming great at guitar is the same process to becoming great at anything else. Spend lots of time doing it.

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