The talented guitarist of Alice Cooper and one of the most beautiful stars of our community, Nita Strauss, was recently interviewed by James Wood of Guitar World, and she gave a lot of golden-worth advice to the young generation.
As stating that the new generation musicians are too lazy to practice for hours, she’s recommending them to take 15 to 20 minutes a day to work they’ve learned recently.
She also confessed that she’s working for hours on her guitar skills for many years.
Here is what she said:
“Something everyone can improve on is finding your own style and personality as a guitar player. I remember the first time I heard Velvet Revolver and not knowing who they were.
I was listening to a song and when the guitar solo came on I said, ‘Well, I know that’s Slash.’ I think having that kind of personality is something everybody can develop on their own.”
Guitar World asked:
“What are your thoughts on how long to practice each day?”
Nita Strauss responded:
“As a young guitar player, I would often practice for hours and hours. In today’s age, not a lot of people can fit that into their day.
But if you’re in the beginning or intermediate portions of the course try doing one lesson and then taking 15 to 20 minutes a day to work on what you’ve learned.
Just 15 to 20 minutes working on something new is a great way to start building your practicing habits.”
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