Hey y'all, practice is um.......... quite minimal for me and I need to start reestablishing a schedule or practice. My issue is that I don't know what to do! I've taken lessons in the three years I've been playing and I really liked my first instructor but my mom didn't want me going to him since he was always touring. My second one was good but he didn't really teach me what I wanted to learn, just theory. Because of covid, I haven't been able to get lessons since march. During quarantine, I was reading the music lesson by Victor Wooten and Zen Guitar by Philip Toshio Sudo and those really gave me a new view on music and I liked them, and I was able to apply some things from The music lesson into my playing. My big inspirations are Guthrie Govan, Steve Vai, Joe Satriani, SRV, Hendrix, Santana and many more. My musical taste is enormous, I love everything from Jazz to Djent metal to classical music and everything in between. I have been looking into more jazz and trying to understand the complexities of some pieces such as "Giant steps". Giant steps doesn't have one defined key and it uses I think every single key in the song. John Coltrane was definitely up their in Jazz as one of the big innovators. My favorite jazz group is the Dave Bruebeck quartet, and Dave Bruebeck was also known for his experimentation, most notably "Take Five" and it's just so interesting to disect these pieces. Jazz can be quite simple, and also be extremely hard. Personally, I find that books, yes they do help, but I lose interest in them. I personally would enjoy a structured course that I can do on my own time, learning theory, exercises and all that jazz. Is there anything from Steve Vai or Joe Satriani that they have made a course for music? I have also wanted to look into Tyler Larson's (music is win) course of music and that looks extremely appealing. Thanks!