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Friday, May 11, 2007
So you want to Learn to Play the Guitar?
So I guess you want to learn to play the guitar seeing as how you are already here ?
Now the next question is, what type of guitar do you have, or are you considering buying ?
I suppose that guitars fall into two main categories really,acoustic, or electric, then of course there are the variationson these. For example is your electric guitar a one, two, orthree pickup, does it have a tremolo bar, etc etc. or ifits an acoustic is it a traditional wood guitar or asteel guitar, is it semi acoustic with electric pick ups,or is it steel stung or gut/nylon strung.
As you can see there are so many variations that it is impossible to write any one single tutorial manual that will cover every combination of methods of playing them.
Now most people who start out will of course start out at the very basic level of either a fairly nice but basic acoustic guitar with gut/nylon strings, or nice budget electric guitar with some sort of basic amplifier system. Any of these can be bought quite reasonably at many of the main chain store outlets. But if you want to do it right then the best thing you could do would be to go to a music or guitar specialist who will be able to give you impartial advice on the best type for your needs.
So now you have that sorted out you will want to learn how to play the thing. Again there are so many different methods of learning to play the guitar that it would be impossible to explain every method in detail. So lets spilt this down again in to a few different categories again.
The very best way is to go for one-on-one lesson's. This can be quite expensive and the main disadvantage is that you will probably be restricted to something like one lesson a week and then you go home and study and practice for a week to perfect what you have learned. But the big advantage is that if you are sensible you will also be learning to read music at the same time. Another advantage is that you can usually find a very capable instructor for the type of playing that you want to learn. For example do you want to learn to play lead guitar, Spanish style, classic style, or just strum along type of playing. So really this is the very best method of learning to play if you have the time and the patience, and if you want to learn to play up to a professional level.
If on the other hand you want to run at your own pace then the best thing that you can do is to teach yourself. So, how do you teach yourself if you can't play in the first place? Well that is easy to solve these days. You buy a teach yourself to play guitar instruction course or book.
There are literally thousands of these books and courses available. You can find them in most music shops where you will probably be able to view some of the content before you buy, or get the advice of am experienced store assistant. But increasingly these days there is of course the Internet. If you take your time and research your subject you will find the perfect system for to suit your needs.
I have tried many of these systems myself over the years and there are some that are absolute rubbish but promise the Earth, and then there are some that promise very little but are excellent. So do I have any recommendations? I sure do.
The one system that will guarantee to get anyone up and running so to speak in a very short period of time is “Unlock the Guitar in a weekend” by Jared Crebs, which is available at http://www.master-the-guitar.com .
This course is either downloadable on the Internet or can be ordered as a cd for direct delivery. It is basically an E-Book that you can work your way through at your own pace, with some very good basic sound tracks that you can listen too and play along too. He teaches you basic chord structures, rhythms, and there is also a companion book that he supplies which contains about 150 tunes that you can play using just 4 basic chords.
Whilst this may not the best system it certainly is very good in as much as it will get you going very very quickly. Once you have mastered his system you can then move on to other systems, but for my money "Unlock the Guitar in a weekend” by Jared Crebs which is available at http://www.master-the-guitar.com will give most people the confidence and the basics to move on and really enjoy their Guitar playing.
The Beginners Guide to Unlocking the Guitar Course by By Jared Crebs
Computer Based E Book Lessons Good for Casual Students Rating 3/5
The course is based on an E-Book and some sound files that you could download which made it really easy to access almost immediatly without any fuss.
Once inside the book I was pleased to find that I could follow the program quite easily and soon picked up a few tips that I had forgotten after all those years.
But to be fair I have to say that if you can already Play the guitar quite well then this course would prove to be too easy.
I am still using the e book and everything that came with the program. I find the E Book quite well laid out, not perfect, but still easy to follow, The chords structures and playing techniques he teaches are a pleasure to learn as he leads you through the course. The sound files are very good also, and I was soon strumming along with them.
What do you get ? The Beginner's Guide to Unlocking the Guitar e-book including sound files.
Suitable for beginners, and re-starters like me, some intermediate players, may benefit from a few of the tips he gives.
Is not suitable for anyone under 10 years of age, experienced players
Bonus items include ane-book of 150 popular songs which can be played with 4 chords or less, the perfect chord chart for beginners, chord sound files for begginers, and singing techniques e-book for beginners
The Beginners Guide to Unlocking the Guitar