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How I became a professional guitarist
After watching John Mayer perform on my TV, I decided I would learn the guitar for real this time. I was 18, and thought it would be easy enough if I put in the practise hours. Studying music at college helped me focus on music and learn some theory, but the other guitarists had been playing for 6-10 years already and I was pushed onto the piano to play that instead.
"I'll have to learn in my own time at home I guess" was my thought.. No matter how hard I tried though, I simply wasn't getting much better. I spent 5 hours a day practising my scales like I was told, but still couldn't solo or improvise. I learnt some tricky solos on YouTube, but they were so messy and I still couldn't create my own licks or solos or understand how the guitarist had come up with the solo in the first place! I felt like a one trick pony.
Sounding familiar yet?
It was only years later that I slowly unravelled the secrets to learning guitar fast and efficiently. I had to make tonnes of unnecessary mistakes along the way. Ironically, I'd spent hours playing boring things that I thought "I had to do" in order to progress. Later on, I realised that there was actually a more efficient AND funner way to practise these skills.
Okay.. So we all learn from mistakes I hear you saying. But as the billionaire Charlie Munger says:
"They don't have to be your own mistakes"
Guess what guys, you don't have to learn from your own mistakes for the next 10 years. You can skip all of that and learn from somebody that's already done the guinea pig run...
That's where I come in...
You want to know what changed in order for me to start REALLY learning the guitar?? I went and had one-to-one lessons with GREAT guitarists. The crazy thing is, these guitarists aren't famous and were hard to find. John Wheatcroft and Jim Clark were 2 of my key mentors; 2 of the greatest guitar teachers on the planet in my opinion.
They make their money teaching at universities and performing in studio recordings hence why you haven't heard of them.. Unfortunately if you want to learn from them you will have to spend thousands of £$£$£'s!
How much do lessons cost?
Guitar lessons cost £20/hour usually. If you study at university like I did, you rack up thousands of £'s of debts!
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