Prioritizing Guitar

How good do you want to get on the guitar, and how do you plan on getting there?

This is the kind of question you need to ask yourself before you start playing guitar. If you don’t ask yourself this question, you’ll be like a sail boat lost in the stormy seas of YouTube with a broken sail. You’ll be tossed around in this and that direction, not getting where you want.

Here’s the big thing. If you just “cruise YouTube” learning bits and pieces of songs, that’s all you’ll be able to do. You won’t ever be able to play full songs with your friends and family. You won’t be able to jam with anyone else. You’ll really just be playing little sections of songs by yourself.

If that is all you want to do with guitar, and you’ll be satisfied with never mastering techniques or knowing songs, then YouTube can be a great resource.

But if you’re the kind of person that actually wants to be good enough to play guitar comfortably for their friends and family, to have a list of songs you know front to back (and have memorized), you need to mentally prepare yourself that you’ll need to put in practice. If you want to get to that point quickly, you’ll probably need a teacher!

In this lesson, We are going to chat about different ways myself and Mike B have prioritized guitar to the extreme. Obviously you don’t need to be as extreme as a pro, but you need to find ways to prioritize guitar in your life!

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Thanks for checking out the lesson.

Keep on rippin’ it up,

Will Ripley & Mike B from Campfire Guitar Star