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Good Guitar Lessons For Beginners

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Is learning guitar easy? Short answer - NO. Never was, never will be. Anyone telling you differently is either misinformed or lying. Nothing worth achieving is easy, that's just a fact of life. Learning any musical instrument is hard work and guitar is certainly not an exception.

Many people embark on learning to play guitar, but sadly most of them give up after a while. Why do you think that is? Is it because they are not talented enough? No, that's not the reason. It's mainly because of the wrong approach and wrong mindset.

You see, most beginners have very unrealistic expectations. They think it's going to be easy and they're simply not prepared to put in all the necessary time and effort. Then they get frustrated and discouraged.

The second mistake is their choice of lessons. Many use the Internet as the only source of information. This is bad for several reasons. First, they don't have a plan. Second, they don't really know what they're doing.

It's very difficult if not impossible to really learn guitar from some free online lessons or Youtube video tutorials. What every beginner needs is a well structured lesson plan and guidance. Looking for tips and advice all over the web is not a really good plan. It may be free, but it won't get you where you want to be.

Finding good guitar lessons is very important. And when you find them, you have to stick with them.

Where to look? Well, you have a few options. The best one would be to hire a private tutor, but due to the cost that's not really an option for most people. Courses on DVD are the next best thing. I would recommend "Gibson's Learn & Master Guitar". Then you have paid online lessons, books, and so on.

I can't stress enough how important guidance is, especially at the beginning. So don't try to figure things out for yourself, because that's a surefire way to get frustrated. And you'll probably develop some bad habits along the way.

My advice - choose quality and stick with it. And always remember - the scale of your success is down to you and how much effort and commitment are you willing to put in.

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