Metal Guitar Practice Strategies: Techniques to Turbocharge Your Progress

Putting the cart in front of the horse gets you nowhere. Common sense, right? Well, with guitarists, common sense ain’t too common. How much time have you already wasted?

Solving Problems You Never Knew You Had

There will always be enough to practice. Mastering the guitar in all of its aspects (technique, theory, improvisation, composition, tone quality, equipment, sight reading) in all of it’s myriad of musical styles, is a feat that would take several lifetimes. Because there’s so much to choose from, it’s rarely a problem for guitarists to figure out what to practice. However, one of the biggest problems that every guitar player encounters is how to practice. What makes this situation doubly insidious, is that most will never realize it’s a problem in the first place. You can’t fix what you’re not aware of.

But there is a solution - and it comes in the form of an unique little book called “Metal Guitar Practice Strategies: Techniques to Turbocharge Your Progress”. This timely tome tackles the problem head on, by presenting the 5 Strategies necessary for effective practice sessions. You’ll learn about the two types of goals - and why one is bad news for your progress. Speaking of goals, you’ll discover how to set achievable ones, by laser-targeting your playing weaknesses, and increasing your accountability.

If you’re looking to eliminate “noodling” and other bad practice habits, follow the book’s advice on how to maximize your practice time through pre-planning. Dramatically decrease the time it takes you to master a new song or solo (and increase your accuracy) by incorporating the 3 Power Steps into your routine. And do it all with increased confidence, by utilizing visualization techniques to reinforce what you practice. All of this and more, in a one of a kind, easy to read, and inexpensive book. Here’s the first strategy: get your hands on it now.

Speeding Bullets

  • 5 Strategies for supercharged practice
  • Maximize practice time with pre-planning
  • Set goals and actually achieve them
  • 3 Steps for learning songs and solos faster
  • Eliminate bad practice habits
  • Increase confidence through visualization