I talk to guitar players all the time who are looking for a legitimate way to make some massive progress on the guitar.
Let's face it... we don't all have 8 hours per day to dedicate to practicing guitar (like Steve Vai did when he was starting out).
So how can a normal guy or gal like you or me hope to make truly massive progress?
Well, of course a few things have to be in place first, like some ability with the hands to play, and some understanding of theory - chords and scales...
But assuming you have at least a basic level with these things, there is a way that you can really give yourself a massive push forward.
On my website, Rob left a comment saying this:
"Your jam tracks have made a MASSIVE difference to my playing. I am playing 1000x better because of them."
And you know what?
I believe it.
Practicing with jam tracks will improve your timing, your feel, your sense of rhythm, your ear, your ability to hear chord changes, your sense of what the band is doing, your knowledge of scales, melody, riffs, and harmony...
Copies of my brand new collection of Rock Jam Tracks are flying out the door right now to guitar players hoping for exactly this kind of improvement.
Can I guarantee you'll improve? Of course not, that's up to you and the effort you invest. If it were possible for me to produce something that would literally make you improve without effort, I think I'd be a very rich man... But that being said, you've got absolutely nothing to lose by trying this free jam track, and everything to gain.