I would suggest finding some type of beginner lessons. If you have nothing to look forward to, you probably didn’t spend money on learning the instrument. But even if you’re ready to learn, there are some things to know about learning how to play. To avoid confusion, here’s a short list of the things that you must be sure to know before you attempt to learn how to play guitar.
What kind of learning style should I choose?
Not all guitar teachers offer beginner level lessons (though some of them do). If you’re looking for an all-around instructor, here is a list of the most experienced guitar teachers in your area.
How much experience am I looking for?
This one is the most important one – if you want to be in a class, you should have at least 30-60 hours of guitar guitar experience. If you’re new to the instrument, you probably won’t have enough time to practice, and your experience level may not match the standards of the instructors you’ll have to spend most of your time in the class with. If you want to learn how to play, you have to be more than someone who played an instrument for 10 or 15 years. In order to learn to play in general, you need at least 10 years playing music in the area of expertise, and a decent amount of experience with guitar. Don’t get discouraged if you don’t have enough experience. If you’re not sure, you can always ask your parents to help you get it.
What kind of instrument should I start with?
You should be able to learn guitar the same way you would learn any other instrument. So pick a beginner instrument. There have been numerous studies that show that playing a good jazz guitar with only a little bit of understanding is still easier than learning an instrument for the first time. I’d be more inclined to teach you a popular rock or rockabilly guitar if I was you, but there are plenty of ways to learn an electric guitar. In other words, pick up a guitar of one of the most popular types for beginner guitar lessons. I hope you learn quickly and have fun. If you’re a very musical person, I’ll bet you can learn guitar playing as well on an electric bass!
Can I use a book as a resource?
Yes, any kind of book is a good source of information when learning about guitar. But you should use this information to your benefit in your own playing. For example, if you