The short question:
Do the same acoustic treatment principles apply for a recording studio vs. a straight-up practice room, where I'll be primarily playing guitar through my FRFR monitors?
I finally have an empty bedroom I can turn into a dedicated practice space (guitar/bass only). I don't do much recording, and what little I do is simply to play backing tracks (to improv over and whatnot) through computer speakers. So, this room is primarily used for practicing through my rack + FRFR monitors.
TONS of good videos and info out there on how to treat a recording studio, so I have a good grasp of that. However, info on PRACTICE rooms... not so much. What I'm finding in that regard is basically people haphazardly placing acoustic foam, bass traps, etc. all over the place with no real method to the madness.
If the principles are different, any info, links, articles, etc. would be greatly appreciated.
The short, answer is yes.
To help you can tell us... What size is the room, what is the floor surface and what is your budget? Are you handy with a few tools for DIY, or do you want completely off the shelf?