Many guitar players think they are an instructor because they show somebody how to play or do something on the guitar.
But what happens when the person they are teaching can’t do what they are telling them to do?
Most instructors will just give them something different to do..another "thing" or bit of information that doesn't connect to anything else they've learned.
A real instructor observes the player and their unique situation, and creates a path for the student to follow to get them where they are going,
...then they walk with them down that path and make sure they reach their destination.
Well I have that path and it’s called The 90 Day Guitar Game Plan.
This is for those who feel like Youtube and everything else they’ve tried is not working for them. You've looked for help getting off the ground...but everything you've found pretty much leaves you with a bunch of pieces to a puzzle that don't connect.
You're fingers are still not doing what you want them to do. You're rhythms still are not sounding right and you aren't sure why.
You may not even be sure what else there is to actually learning guitar other than strumming chords.
You aren’t giving up, but you need someone who knows how to fill in those blanks.
You're ready to make a change and do something different in order to start sounding better on the guitar, and if that means taking a few steps back in order to move forward, then so be it.