Hey everyone! Jeff Scheetz here. I’m the Director of Education at TrueFire, and I wanted to shoot you this video message from my home studio basically to just say that I hope your new year is off to an awesome start.
Now the new year is a great time to look at goals for the next year as a
If you’re a blues player, or you play jazz, rock, country, acoustic, or even bass, if you’re a beginner, intermediate, or an advanced player, it doesn’t really matter — the only way to really improve is by practice. Which is kind of funny because often times we all sort of chase after learning new licks or this little bit of theory or learn more songs, but the reality is that the only way to get better is by actually practicing. And not just practicing, but practicing effectively and efficiently.
My Smart Practice for Guitar system helps you with a lot of those things. It will not only help you set up your goals and vision for what you want to do as a player, it also helps you take a snapshot of the things you know and the things you need to know so you know what to work on next. There’s also a complete section to help you layout your practice schedule, so when you sit down to practice, you’re actually working on things that really matter.
I also have 5 smart steps that help you break anything down into small chunks and work on individually pieces of it. There’s also a lot of cool tips, advice, and different methods that I use to keep practice fun and give you some options so that practice doesn’t always get boring.
One of the cool things that I really like about Smart Practice for Guitar is that while it’s a complete system you can use from beginning to end, it’s also very modular. You can actually use bits and pieces of whatever works for you. If you need help with your scheduling, this helps you with that. If you need help getting your overall knowledge down and getting a snapshot of where you’re at so you can figure out what to work on next, this helps with that too.
I hope you all have a great, successful year of