There is SO MUCH awesome guitar content online.
If you’ve got the time you can find every skill and every tutorial for free. Between YouTube, Instagram, Google, Reddit and Facebook I guarantee what you are looking for will be there!
If you’ve got the money you can pay for 1-2-1 tuition, either online or in person. And you can join masterclasses and ongoing memberships and learn the best from the best.
But you can’t beat a bit of solid structure and clear instruction in order to reach your guitar playing goals (or any goals to be honest!).
There is no point having access to hundreds of guitar tutorials and masterclasses if you spend more time browsing them than implementing them!
Its no use having a 1-2-1 lesson every week if you don’t then go practice the specific techniques!
Over and over and over again until that muscle memory is automatic and your musical understanding is effortless.
You’ll know by now that I’m all about doing it the lazy way, for myself and for you – so thats what The Lazy Way is and how its different to the other (also excellent) online guitar options.
I’ve done the thinking for you, I’ve done the planning for you, I’ve done the research for you, I’ve gathered the practice materials for you.
All you have to do is pick up your instrument and play: for 20 minutes, 4 times a week.
The Lazy Way can be complimentary to your ongoing guitar study, or it can be standalone.
Can you have 1-2-1 tuition and still use The Lazy Way to get that technical practice down? YES
Can you be part of an epic online membership and still use The Lazy Way to give yourself a 12 week practice boost? YES
Can you be self taught and continue browsing YouTube for free lessons and use The Lazy Way for consistency? YES
I want you to get the most out of this 12 week practice program, so I'm including my Lazy Guide to Modes with every sign up.
Understanding Modes is gonna boost your musical knowledge and your ability to take on new genres of music.
I’ve done my best to break this chunky topic down into a practical guide, the laziest approach I could manage!
This guide isn't available anywhere else, it only goes to Lazy Way Guitarists!
The Lazy Way + The Lazy Guide to Modes = the full guitar practice package!