Now, the second big myth is that it takes natural talent, the perfect sized fingers, starting at a young age, going to music school, reading music, knowing a lot about theory, or being “smart” - to become a good guitar player.
Yet any legitimate “pro” guitar player will tell you: none of that matters.
The only thing that DOES matter, is what you DO every time you pick up your guitar.
It’s simple cause and effect.
And it’s like a GPS. If you punch a destination, then follow all the right turns, you WILL end up at that destination.
Guitar works the same way - when you do the right things, in the right order, then you WILL end up with the guitar skills and playing ability you always wanted.
However, the reason most guitar players don’t get far is because they don’t know exactly WHAT to do.
So let me show you…