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Quick And Easy Guitar Playing Tips For Beginners

By: Pat Newsome

Learning how to play the guitar can be achieved easily by almost anyone who is willing to put in a little effort. Most beginners tend to give up way too early. This is because most of them are not committed enough to spend the time it takes to learn the instrument. They give up the instant they encounter difficulties.

Many of these would-be guitarists rationalize that they don't have the time to practice their guitar, or that their fingers
hurt. What they fail to realize is that practice makes perfect, and the real reason they are having difficulty learning to play the guitar is that they are not practicing nearly as much as they need to. They just don't have what it takes to stay focused on the lessons that have to be learned to become successful.

For those who are truly sincere and committed to learn how to play the guitar, here are some tips you should to keep in mind:

#1. Invest in a quality guitar

Learning to play the guitar will be much easier if you are using the best instrument possible. People naturally learn faster and easier when they have the right equipment for the activity. That's why it's important for you to invest in a good, though not necessarily the best, guitar. Quality guitars have better acoustics, produce better sound, and come with top notch strings that will trigger better play. A good guitar can provide comfort to those who have not yet mastered the experienced of playing the guitar.

#2. Remember that practice makes perfect

It is vitally important that you practice every single day. This is the ONLY you will ever learn how to play the guitar, and learn to play it well.

#3. Commit to life long self-learning

As a beginner, you might be better off trying to learn to play the guitar alone and in solitude. This way you will not feel pressured and can get acquainted with your guitar in as little time possible. This doesn't necessarily mean that at some point you shouldn't consider hiring an instructor. The point is that you will be better off to teach yourself the basics of playing the guitar before you seek the help of an instructor.

After all is said and done, the bottom line is that you need to first get started. Then, once you are familiar with the guitar, it will be easier for you to listen to and understand the instructor. In fact, learning how to play the guitar is as easy as 1-2-3. It just takes a combination of interest, determination, and practice, practice, practice to advance to the next level.




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