Intermediate Guitar Lessons Or Intermediate Bass - Is This Software For This Skill Level?
Intermediate guitar and bass players are ready to get down to business and put all their partial concepts with music and fretboard scale, chord, arpeggio theory and understanding all together. The intermediate guitar player can "play" the instrument. They have the physical skill to some level of proficiency. They usually have musical and fretboard knowledge of chords, scales and arpeggios and some theory. However, this stage of playing is usually the one that most players never progress beyond.
Is it lack of desire, discipline, or other interests that stops their progress? Sometimes it can be any one of these. Most often, it is due to the fact that the learning methods they have used have not given them the confidence or enlightenment that they need to ever "see the light at the end of the tunnel". The intermediate guitar player becomes frustrated and settles for the false belief that he or she will never be able to really get a grip on their instrument and the art of improvising, etc. no matter how much time and money that he or she spends trying to learn more.
They realize that learning songs is not teaching them anything and that they are truly missing a real education, but every time they try some book or online course or cheap software program, they end up learning a few more ideas that seem interesting but leave them in the same intermediate, "Land of the Lost", place that they have been stuck in for years. Spring of Knowledge provides a program that costs a little more than the price of 3-5 five private lessons or a few books, but one that will actually do more for you without all of the hype and traditional teaching that you have already experienced.
Most importantly, intermediate guitar and bass players who have spent so much of their time and money already studying the instrument and not getting where they want to be, still think that anything more than a 100 dollars for a learning program, is too much for them even though they spend thousands on instruments, gear and learning anyway. So they make financial decisions regarding their learning in a backwards manner.
If you are excited about really learning and applying yourself with the guitar or bass, regardless of whether or not you want to be a professional, then this is for you. No matter what your hobby or interest happens to be, it is always desirable to know as much about it and have as much skill with it as possible, just like a pro, whether or not it is only for personal pleasure and achievement or something more.