One of the biggest frustrations most guitarists have is not having a plan.
You’ll know this if you have ever spent time trying to learn guitar in the YouTube casino, as I jokingly call it.
Although it can be useful for certain things, if you’re not careful, the YouTube casino will suck your time and motivation for guitar playing.
No one on YouTube (at least the last time I bothered to look) gives students any sort of structure or short, medium, or long-term plan.
I have no idea why, as it’s clear as day to me that giving students a plan and clear direction is crucial.
It’s also something I’ve done for years with my private lessons and courses (maybe I’ll get to releasing videos on YouTube again at some point to clear this up).
Even recently in my membership programme, I’ve doubled down on this, giving students even better results.
If you’ve ever wondered what you should practise, how to practise, or you struggle to see where you are going, you probably need a plan.
That’s why recently I had an idea.
It started off like a seed.
This seed turned into an email…
…but the email started to grow and turned into a longer post…
Then finally, this post sprouted up out of the ground and became an eBook.
Well, you can get this eBook now.
It’s on Amazon and it’s called The QuickStart 7-Day Guitar Plan.
Inside, there are 7 days’ worth of lessons all on things such as strumming, songs, fingerpicking, tips, my favourite ever dexterity exercise, and more…
It’s short, and all taught in a light-hearted and fun way.
My humour inside may not be to everyone’s taste (I literally had a blast writing it and found it funny, even if others don’t!).
The main thing though, is the content is great and really applicable.
It’s a Kindle-only book and if you want, you can check it out below…
Have a great day!
P.S. I may or may not release more of these short and extremely affordable eBooks.
I will have to see if it’s worthwhile though. If enough people get it (it costs just $0.99 at the moment) and review it, then it should be worthwhile, but I’ll have to see. Hope you enjoy it if you get it.
P.P.S. This post was originally taken from Dan Thorpe’s private email list. To get blog posts like this sent to you which are full of great tips to make fingerpicking, strumming, and learning guitar more enjoyable (especially if you are over 40) join Dan’s list. It’s 100% free, HERE.