Hi guys, as the title says, if you could have a look at my daily practice routine and see if my schedule looks okay, i do plan to change it in the future as i complete some of my goals and become a more advanced guitarist.
My musical goals are to be a songwriter, i would like to be able to lay down emotionally evoking chord progressions, with interesting melodies, not just strumming away chords, i want to be able to write my own solos for bridge sections of my songs, jam with other musicians and overall just to be a proficient musician.
Here is my daily practice routine:
30 min fretboard memorisation
1 hour interval spellings (i.e learning to instantly recall all intervals of all notes, -e.g major third above F is A etc. and being able to spell out chords and scales on the fly)
1h 30min practicing songs, just to keep my motor skills improving and explore and learn new music, at the moment i'm learning Tommy Emmanuel's version of classical gas
1h - Working through Ted Greene books, applying/practicing the ideas.
Fretboard memorisation and learning all the intervals i will eventually move to a few times a week and start introducing solo/improv practice, i think i have a month left until they're absolutely burned into me, and i consider them worthy of so much of my daily practice time because once they're in my brain picking out chords all over the fretboard will be much easier and just music theory in general will be easier to digest knowing all the intervals so well.
Im also afraid of adding learning more about improvisation and soloing now and being in the position of trying to learn too many things at once.
If you've read what my musical goals are i am completely open to your criticism and suggestions, i want to spend my practice time as best i can. Thank you, greatly.