The Lazy Guitarist
Taking the effort out of being a slick guitarist
• Do you want a guitar practice routine that fits in with your life?
• Do you want to hear and feel consistent improvement in your guitar chops?
• Do you want to grow as a musician without having to sift through an endless supply of tutorial videos, courses and study materials?
→ Same here – welcome to The Lazy Way ←
It’s a simple way of practising that will change your guitar playing habits and provide a noticeable improvement in ability and understanding. WITHOUT spending hours of your time on it!
How does The Lazy Way work?
I am a full time musician, studio owner and function band director.
Post-university, I spent a few years working in an office and doing music on the side, building up until the moment I made the leap to full time musician – I have never looked back.
You might think that I must have all the time in the world to practice my guitar, but in reality I am as pushed for practice time as the next person!
I came up with The Lazy Way for guitarists to ensure they are improving playing skills without sacrificing any other life commitments.
It is as much a mindset as anything else – change the way you think about practising and be organised.
You don’t need hundreds of guitar videos, complex masterclasses or pages of sheet music to become a great guitarist.
You need consistency, variety and structure. 20 minutes a day, 4 days a week.