I've played piano for quite a few years, so I understand the theory. I got her a week ago, and I'm hooked haha. I've been playing 6-12 hours each day, learning chords, scales, etc.
My question is, how do I go about eventually becoming a great improv guitarist? I don't know how, but I can already improv surprisingly well, and I want to hone this skill. So, I've spent most of this week just learning Em Pentatonic scale, putting emotion, color, and a mental image for the scale, to truly know it so I can easily pick it out, and then I'll move on to Am, but other than time, and patience I'm not sure of how to reach my goal. I plan on playing 8+ hours a day to get as good add quickly add I can, so I can fully express myself on guitar, and I have always wanted to do music for a living, so if you can give me any advice, tips, anything that will help I'd be more than grateful.
I apologize for rambling of topic so much, just wanted to be thorough haha, first post, awe yeah!