I try to practice two hours a day. That’s been my goal since autumn 2016, when I bought my first electric guitar, after some 40 years (!) of playing acoustic. Transitioning to electric has been much more difficult than I expected. I was surprised that very little of what I knew translated to the electric environment. I started taking lessons, trying to find a teacher who would/could show me the basics of rock and roll roots: Scotty Moore, Cliff Gallup, James Burton, Sonny Curtis, and such masters. After about six teachers and two years, I found one pretty close to what I thought I need. But I am largely discouraged by my very slow progress. I still practice about 2 hrs a day, but it is becoming less enjoyable, to the point that I think I am never going to advance, and I’m about ready to set it aside. At least for a while. I have a beautiful 5422 that I will never sell, but I find myself returning to my D-18 more frequently. OK, poor me; enough crying in my beer. I’m sure others have gone through this kind of slump. What did you do? Any suggestions for lighting the fire again?