Would you like to have more skills in your Gypsy Jazz guitar playing?
Then congratulations! Because just by visiting this page, you've already taken the first step.
Chances are, you're the kind of person who goes after what you want in music. Who sets practice goals and relentlessly pursues them, to learn how to play this very challenging style of music: Gypsy Jazz.
And that's great... but for most of us, it's not enough.
And I'll tell you why in a moment.
But before you get too comfortable with "the idea" of a new improved set of guitar skills, one quick question:
Did You Make Any Resolutions About Your Guitar Playing This Year?
I bet you said "yes."
And I bet I know exactly what happened to your resolutions.
You couldn't find the time to practice. Or you didn't know exactly what to practice. Other things came up. Life got in the way. It was too hard. You felt lost amongst the huge amount of things that one can study.
Or you didn't see immediate results, felt disheartened and thought that you were never going to get good at Gypsy Jazz guitar.
In other words: you probably broke your resolutions and you are nowhere near sounding the way you want to sound.
If so, you're not alone – statistically, 92% of people every year do.
Why do I bring up resolutions?
Because each and every year, thousands of people make a commitment to improve their skills on the guitar.
And every year, almost all of them fail to follow through.