Guitarists don't struggle because they lack natural talent. I can tell you from first hand experience, that if all it took to become a great guitar player was to have natural talent, then I couldn't have ever achieved any of the things I have on the guitar! I started out the same way as every guitarist does - at the very beginning. I didn't possess any "natural talent." In fact, I know hundreds of phenomenal guitarists from all over the world and not a single one of them ever possessed what most would consider natural talent. So if it isn't natural talent that makes these guitarists great, what is it?
Legendary guitarist Joe Satriani stated in an interview that when he first started playing guitar, he was "pretty lousy," but that he committed himself to becoming the guitarist he wanted to be and dedicated himself to practicing to get there. This is a very common story, not only in music but in professional sports, business, education, and more. Basketball player Michael Jordan didn't possess anything that could be considered natural talent. In fact, he didn't even make the cut to play on his own high school basketball team! Even though he didn't start off as an NBA legend, he got to that expert status by committing himself to a very strict practice routine. If he possessed natural talent, why would he need to practice so much to become great?
Great guitarists didn't just pick up their guitar one day suddenly become master guitarists. They worked very hard for many years to develop their skills to the point they are now.
Bottom line: YOU don’t need natural talent to succeed. You just need to know the right things to do, in the right order, and then consistently do them. I am an experienced instructor that has helped many others with this and I know I can help you. I will mentor you, and walk you through the process every step of the way. CLICK HERE to request your FREE introductory guitar lesson in Roseville!