The bad news is that learning guitar can be maddeningly difficult.
But the good news is that the guitar and your brain are a neurological match made in heaven.
Learning a guitar is like learning a new language – except in addition to having to learn a whole new language (chords, notes, scales, etc.), you also have to master all sorts of other new tasks simultaneously.
From simply holding the guitar and learning how to strum . . . to singing memorized lyrics in tune and learning to play in rhythm at the same time . . . to learning how to physically manipulate the strings themselves and perform with real emotion . . . well, the list of seemingly difficult tasks appears endless.
No wonder so many people quit the guitar before they get any good!
However, when you employ the super learning techniques you enable with my "Whole Brain Power" drills, playing guitar becomes so much easier!
I’ve used this system personally to transform my guitar playing to levels I’d only imagined.
I went from a novice to being able to play and sing 250 songs from memory. I've also learned to play increasingly complex scales, and co-wrote and recorded two albums.
My system works for everyone, for just about any activity or goal you may have.
Which brings us to you and your guitar journey.