Question Posted Thursday September 27 2007, 4:58 pm
I want to learn how to play guitar myself, but I was wondering whether it is really hard...or it it is ok..and in general, just pros & cons about learning it yourself, without teacher.
[ Answer this question ] Want to answer more questions in the Hobbies category? Maybe give some free advice about: Music? guitar_girl answered Monday October 29 2007, 9:02 am: dont listen to every1 who says that you need a teacher.im self taught and im better than some of my friends who take lessons.The only thing that i would recommend is that you find a good chord dictonary and find out how to read tabs off the internet so that you can play the music that you see.once you have learnt some of that stuff go onto a website like www.ultimateguitar.com and type in the songs that you want to learn.Some tips:1.at first your fingers will get sore and you might get blisters until you build up calus in you fingers(then it wont happen any more.2.guitar isnt necissarily hard but you need alot of PATIENCE and i stess that so much that its not funny.3.have fun with it, one of the most important rules of music is if it sounds good it is good and dont forget it.HAVE FUN.(PATIENCE) [ guitar_girl's advice column | Ask guitar_girl A Question ]
SarahWBT4T answered Friday September 28 2007, 9:55 pm: My sister is self-taught and she's amazing.
lil_dancer911 answered Friday September 28 2007, 8:29 pm: I just started taking lessons and right now it's really hard. You have to practice a lot if you want to get really good. I think it's good to take at least a few lessons because my teacher can give me a lot of practicing tips and tell me what i'm doing wrong and what to fix and everything. You should take maybe a few lessons if you can then try learning everything else yourself. [ lil_dancer911's advice column | Ask lil_dancer911 A Question ]
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