It's something I've been thinking about doing this summer. I'm currently a music major studying guitar in college so I'm very busy with lessons, ensembles, trying to tame the beast named "Jazz", etc. I'm also a dedicated multi instrument practicer who usually spends around 3-4 hours on guitar, 1.5-2 on drums, an hour on piano and a half an hour on voice everyday. So yeah I spend a lot of my day playing music. I'd like to be able to play drums, guitar and keys well. I've toyed with the idea of maybe not playing much guitar this summer instead focusing on drums and piano. As it stands I'm pretty good at guitar for how long I've been playing, but I also have a long way to go. I'm in the dreaded intermediate stage where it's going to take some time for it all to come together. When it comes to drums and piano however, I'm more of a beginner player with both of those instruments. I would like to get much better at them both and I'm thinking about focusing on them over the summer. I'm of course worried about my guitar playing suffering because of this, but I also think it could help me possibly? Drums with rhythm and piano with general music stuff. I'm also a little burned out on guitar since I've been playing it so damn much these past few years. I think it would be nice to focus on something else music related for a few months and then return to guitar when the semester starts again. Not sure if I'll do it, but it's something I've been thinking about. It would only be a couple months not a decade. Anyway have any of you done something like this? How did it work out for you? Good, bad?