Perhaps one of the toughest guitar exercises you’ll ever encounter, but there’s a catch…
There’s no guitar.
Being grateful for the progress you’ve made in your guitar playing (like #smallwins) and setting intentions for the future is crucial in creating positive momentum in your guitar journey.
In this video lesson I walk you through a quick and easy exercise to do just that.
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ThNks Tony I can’t wait to play with you some day on a stage and I hope you get dread locks before you even think of cutting your hair.
Very worthwhile and very stimulating exercise. Many thanks.
Excellent exercise, Tony. Thanks!
Tears of joy and expectation came along with excitement and energy to play even more.
Looks like something I should have done years ago.
Thanks Tony! I am 69 years young and have been playing for 9 years. I started when I retired at 60 years old. I love playing with others as well as playing/practicing by myself. It always mystifies me that I can feel so much joy when I play. But, sometimes I get that guitar rut. This piece of paper should help with that. I will soon be sending in a pic of my Guitarsenal (I own 8 guitars). A big hello to Noah and Levi also!
Dave, I just read your comment and it gave me a boost. I’m 59 and picked up the guitar again two years ago after letting it go for about forty years. Sometimes I think I’m just kidding myself to think I can ever get to be a good player but if you can do it so can I. Thanks a lot!
Thanks for this Tony, I practice just about every day and once a week get together with a group of Vets to play and learn. This piece of paper will definitely serve as added motivation, as I do often get that playing the same thing feeling
Pretty awesome! One of the hardest things is to stay consistent and motivated. This was such a wonderful exercise. It really showed me how focused I actually am with what I want to do and learn on guitar. I’m going to use it with my uke too!!!
I got an email and a testimonial prepping me to look for invite.then I got an email asking why I didn’t join but I never got an invite email?