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    Learning guitar in school is not just simply about memorizing some chords or scales but requires a significant
   base of knowledge, study and practice. Learning guitar is a great choice. While it definitely takes a lot of work, it
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                                                              How To Learn Guitar
                                                                  By David Taylor

   One of the most important things to think about when you first get a guitar is HOW you’re going to
learn to play. I’ve done a little thinking for you, and I’ve come up with four main options for you to

But remember this: The choice that is best for you mainly depends on what your goals are as a
guitarist. It’s up to you to work out what you want to get out of playing guitar.

Here are the four main ways:

Guitar teacher One of the best ways to go about learning guitar, no matter what style you want to play,
is choosing a guitar teacher.

A properly trained guitar teacher can help your playing progress much faster than if you were learning
on your own.

Also, a guitar teacher can help you avoid bad habits before they even form, and correct you as you
learn…which means this is the best option for most people.

A friend or family member Another option when it comes to learning to play guitar is to have a friend or
family member (who can play guitar already) to teach you.

It would help if this friend or family member has had lessons themselves, as they may be able to relate
their experiences of learning and help you progress faster.

However, unless the person is already an accomplished guitarist…you should be careful who you learn

Books If you have no other option, you can learn to play guitar from books. This can work well if you
have a lot of focus and determination. Also, the style of guitar you choose to play can make a

For example, you could quite easily learn how to play basic chords from a book…but if you want to

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play something more advanced like classical guitar, books are not a very good option, as advanced
techniques need to be taught in person.

DVDs DVD’s are quite a new way of learning guitar. Some DVD packages on the market are almost
like having a real life guitar teacher with you…only they can’t point out your mistakes, so you need to
make sure you’re doing it right.

If you’re the kind of person who likes to learn visually…this may well be one of the best options for you.

In conclusion, the way you choose to learn guitar depends a lot on what your goals are as a guitarist.
Would you like to learn a few chords to play your favourite songs? Well maybe you could learn from
books & DVDs. Do you want to learn an advanced method of guitar such as flamenco or classical?
Well maybe you should find a good guitar teacher in your area.

If you plan to play in a band, guitar lessons may help you get down that road faster. But it’s quite
possible to be self-taught and still form or join a band. The most important thing to keep in mind if you
want to be in a band is to gain experience in playing with other people.

Being able to play a finger-blurring solo isn’t really as important as keeping good time, and playing
together with a band.

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                                                      Guitar Learning made Easy
                                                                By Gary Sorbie

So you have finally decided to learn guitar. You have come to the right place. I will be offering advice
and give reviews on good places were you can get guitar lessons. Learning guitar can be fun and
easy. You can even learn how to play guitar right in the comfort of your own home. There are so many
different programs that help you learn guitar. One very good site you can check out.
Some people learn how to play guitar on their own, however the majority of people are not able to learn
guitar on their own without any help. At the top of this site I have posted a link that will take you step by
step in learning the guitar. I have found many of my students say the guitar lessons really excelled
them in their ability to learn guitar.

In the beginning it is good to have patience. Start out learning a few cords and then practice them.
Weather you want to play country or rock knowing simple cords is the key to getting started.

Once you have mastered a few cords keep learning more and more. Then you can begin to use
variations of these cords to play songs you know or write new ones. This is some of the steps in
learning how to play guitar.

I have had my students try different course programs that help them to learn guitar. One good thing
about the courses you can take from home is that you decide when you want to take you guitar
lessons. You can also decide how many times you want to repeat a guitar lessons.

This gives you flexibility and now time is on your side and learning guitar fits into any schedule. Most of
my new students learn guitar basics and are already playing songs by the end of a weekend. Learning
guitar is always easer than the person thinks. People of all ages can achieve many different levels
when they decide to learn how to play guitar.

You can learn electric and acoustic guitar with this course. I am will reviewing another course for those
people who really want to get the most out of their guitar lessons. For now I have found at least one
very good course. So remember you can learn guitar and knowing how to play guitar is easy. Just work
on those guitar lessons a few times a week to improve on your skill

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