Guitarist resource

Discussion in 'Technique' started by Andew, Nov 27, 2012.

  1. Andew

    Andew New Member

    Found new resource for guitarists. Gone through and noticed nice tips for practice. It's some kind of guide for guitar player http://guitar-guide-easy.com/ to learn it better. Any thoughts?
     
  2. mrspiffy

    mrspiffy A member of the Spiffy Club.

    It's like any other one of the guitar pages. I think probably the best way to learn is to get a good reputable teacher and start playing with other musicians whenever you can. The dude writing for the site needs to work on his English. His writing sounds like the Borat.
     
  3. MarkM

    MarkM Member

    Yeah, he does sound like Borat LOL. There's thousands of these sites around, some free, some not. I agree with the last poster though - you'll learn more from a month of lessons with a good teacher than from any website. It's not just technique, or musicianship; the best teachers will set you goals and challenge you to achieve them, much like a sports coach. More than that though, they'll inspire you. People often have no trouble spending a lot of money of expensive gear, but balk at paying for a teacher. You'll do better with a cheap guitar and a good teacher than the other way around. And as mrspiffy said, play with as many people as you can as often as possible. The same thing is true - you learn a lot in a very short timing jamming with musicians compared to reading books or web-lessons.

    Beginning guitarist often think they're not enough to play with other people, but wherever you live, there's dozens of people in the same position thinking the same thing. Check out adds, or place one yourself, and start playing with other people. Hell, some of the best bands in history started out that way.

    Best wishes,
    Mark
     

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