Jamie Andreas with "The Principles of Correct Practice For Guitar"

Get Ready For My 
Stage 1 Training Class

"The Principles of Correct Practice For Guitar"!

Orientation #1: Deliberate Practice


Class begins Saturday Sept 10th, 9:30am PDT

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Deliberate Practice Leads To Expert Performance

There is a field of study called “expert performance”. It is basically the study of “people who are great at doing something”, and trying to figure out why they are the way they are, and how they got to be that way.

There is a name given to this process of "getting good at something". It is called "Deliberate Practice". I love that name, especially the "liberate" part of "deliberate".  Because that is what it does - it liberates you. It's sets you free to become what you want to be - in our case, a good (or great) guitar player. 

Deliberate Practice is another name for "Correct Practice". In my Stage 1 Training Class, I am going to teach you how to do this powerful form of practice on guitar.

Watch this short video and meet Stacy and Tracy. 

They both start to play soccer, but they take very different paths. One does deliberate practice, the other does not. One gets very good, the other does not. 

Orientation Asset #1

Video: Deliberate Practice

Orientation Asset #2

Video 2

Orientation Asset #3

Video 3

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Video 4

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Read this Scientific Report on
Deliberate Practice

In 1994 a major scientific study on how deliberate (or correct) practice makes expert performers in any field. It is called "Expert Performance: Its' Structure & Applications".

Click the link below to get a copy. It will help you realize the truth of what I always say - "Anyone can learn to play guitar well, IF they learn how to practice correctly". 

  • Learn the practice habits of expert performers in all fields of sports and musical performance. 
  • Learn the scientific truths that prove that talent is over-rated! It is the quality of training and practice that always makes the real difference!
  • How it has been scientifically proven that you can achieve a high level of skill in anything IF you know what the expert performers are really doing.