You need to spend time regularly doing something in order to develop a new set of skills if you’re going to get good at anything. Basically, you need to pick up your guitar and play every day. No, you do not need to spend hours upon hours practising each and every day but you need to be aiming for around 30 minutes or longer on a regular basis. You do not need to do that in one session every day you could do to lots of 15 minutes, instead. This would be a very good idea when you first starting because your fingers may get a bit sore when you first start practising to play the guitar.
You will, of course, end up not being able to play on a certain day every now and then. You might even after miss more than one day for some reason. Don’t worry it’s not the end of the world. Just plan on playing this on as many days as you can on a regular basis rather than playing for long periods at the weekend all in one go.
One tip is to take hold your guitar before you go to bed and view things for five or 10 minutes because this will help to keep your fingers nice and firm, help your muscle memory and also remind you of all the things that you have learnt.
A further idea is to make sure that your guitar playing and practising becomes productive and enjoyable. A really good idea is to make sure that you get involved in some sort of guitar activity for regular commitment. The best example of this is to play with other musicians or perhaps you could start a band were playing a gig will go to guitar lessons for undergo a guitar theory course, for instance. It’s a good idea to play at Church or some other venue on a regular basis, if at all possible.
Not only will this increase your guitar playing time and skill and ability it will also mean that you will have more social interaction and gain friends as a result. After all, this is supposed to be a social and enjoyable activity.