Teach Me Guitar
| I Want To Learn Guitar
Anyone who says teach me guitar! or I want to learn
guitar! needs to ask themselves the
question just how much do I want to learn
guitar? That is because there is going to be a price to pay in
terms of some capital outlay and a good deal of commitment in time and effort for learning and in getting the
practice needed when learning to play guitar.
Teach me guitar in 3
weeks! It can’t and it won’t happen. The only way there is of
learning to play guitar is with a consistent dedication to learn and practice. That means learn a little then
practice a lot. Learn a little more and then practice a lot more. But this all has to be in bite size chunks.
Initially a commitment to perhaps a solid focused half hour a day with your guitar and your learning resource
will be a good foundation and will acclimatise your hands and fingers to the unnatural positions and stresses
placed on them in learning to play guitar.
It is of course great to keep the goal
of I want to learn
guitar very much in your focus when learning to play guitar. But
that enthusiasm can push the new guitar player to play and practice for longer periods than the suggested half
hour, so there has to be some caution here. In the first days of learning to play guitar it is very common for the
student to complain of aching hands and sore guitar fingers. There has to be an
initial period of adjustment and toughening up of the arms and hands but particularly so for the fingers for you
to continue learning to play guitar comfortably.
So how long will it take
to teach me guitar?
The answer to that depends on many variables. However, a keen student who has a good tutor or an excellent
guitar course to follow, should with half an hour of practice a day show significant progress in six months
or so. Thereafter it will be a case of the more you practice the better you get. There is no end point.
Learning to play guitar is a lifetime’s journey. However the more you play the better you get, the better you
get the more you want to play!
So, teach me guitar. I want to learn
guitar – OK here’s where the price you pay is quoted in dollars, the value
received in exchange for those dollars is totally dependent upon how you make use of the teaching those dollars
have bought you!
There are any number of courses out there today that will,
to a greater or lesser extent, answer your request to teach me
guitar. Any one of these home learning courses will however only deliver
results in proportion to the time and effort put into them by their students. The very best of these can prove by
their track record that an investment in their course is indeed a good investment for those serious about learning
to play guitar. It has to be remembered that you are investing in a learning resource true, but more importantly
you are investing in yourself. By putting in your time and your effort you will take out of it a lifetimes pleasure
as a dividend on that investment.
There are two very highly recommended courses available
today that have both answered the call of teach me
guitar or I want to
learn guitar. They have each taken thousands of satisfied students
to a level where they are now rightly able to call themselves real guitarists.These courses are now reviewed within
the pages of this website.
Take a look at our Learn & Master Guitar
Review which details a top
end, very professional package and then find out about the creator of this course at
our Steve Krenz Review.
Another very highly successful and affordable
course, probably the biggest selling guitar teaching resource on the market today and one that has literally just
been totally updated for 2010 is reviewed at our Jamorama Review.