Next Steps For Lead Guitar

Welcome to the final lesson in the Lead Guitar Quick-Start Series. Congratulations! You’ve made it all the way through this series. At this point you should feel like you have the skills to really start playing lead guitar.

The most important thing to do when it comes to improving your skills on the guitar is to set small, achievable goals. Setting these smaller goals is a great way to feel like you’re making progress and also to stay motivated.

One of the most important steps to learning how to be a great guitarist is applying everything you learn along to music. This can be as simple as just playing along to jam tracks, or if you have friends that are musicians you can also jam with them and try out your new lead guitar skills.

If you’re ready to start taking the guitar more seriously and want to speed up your progress, you’ll want to check out The Academy. It’s a step-by-step video training course. Not only does it go deeper in lead guitar in general, but it also explores other styles of music like rock, country, jazz, bluegrass, pop, and more.

One of the best things about The GL Academy is that while you learn these different styles, you’ll learn exactly how the music actually works. You’ll also be able to apply every concept and technique you learn along to relevant music.

Are you looking for more lead guitar lessons and relevant jam-tracks? Guitareo is Nate Savage’s step-by-step video training system. It has some great songs for lead guitar and it also covers many other important styles of music including rock, country, fingerstyle, metal, classical, bluegrass, jazz, and more. Best of all it includes a huge library of original jam-tracks so you can apply everything to music.