Learn to play guitar beginners guide

A lot of people would like to learn how to play guitar but they have hard time starting. As every beginning, starting learning how to play guitar might be scary task for some people. The important thing is to start, which is the hardest step, everything after that is easier. And never, ever give up.

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Be careful not to fall into mindset of finding excuses and reasons why you cannot do it. Focus on what you can do instead of what you can not do. People are capable of finding so many excuses which prevents them in doing and achieving what they want. I cannot do it, I don’t have time, I don't have money, I am too old, I am too young, I don’t know chords, I don’t have musical talent, you name it. The decent size book can be made just printing excuses man can come up with. The only way to learn is to fail, stand up, dust off and continue. The only limitations man has are ones that he made for himself. Otherwise, the sky is the limit. Remember, what the mind can conceive and believe, you can achieve (Napoleon Hill).

 Guitar is one of the most beautiful instruments and playing guitar is one of the greatest feelings you can have. The pleasure, satisfaction, social acceptance and even possible monetary gain are just few of benefits of playing guitar. Plus you might become new David Gilmour, who knows.
I would recommend acoustic guitar for absolute beginners, since it is easier to learn than electric guitar, which is for more advanced guitar players.

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How to play guitar for beginners acoustic version? Start learning how to play acoustic guitar is simple if you follow the 5 steps below:

1. Get a acoustic guitar with spare set of strings and few picks
2. Get electric tuner for tuning guitar since you won’t be able to tune it by ear at the beginning (or you
    can find it online)

3. Learn basic chords and parts of guitar
4. Find a tutor since learning completely new skill by yourself is almost certain path to failure (either 
   get real life tutor or purchase online lessons/programs, plus there are plenty of web sites which
   offer great deal of information for free)

5. Practice, practice, practice. As they say, repetition is mother of skill. Practice every day, even for
    15 minutes. Be patient; don’t expect to become Jimmy Paige over night. Start with your favourite
    song although it might be little difficult for beginners, but you will be passionate about learning it
    and it will give great joy and fun. Who wants to learn to play “Twinkle, twinkle” when you can play
    "Stairways to heaven"

 Don’t get discouraged if you cannot play some basic chords at the beginning or you feel discomfort in your fingertips. It takes time for fingers to get used to those strange positions and pressing strings. If you fingers got tired, get break of few minutes, stretch them and get back to practice.

The focus is the key. The laser has much more power then bat because it is focused. Focus on one chord and practice it until you can play it with your eyes closed. Don’t make usual beginners mistake and try to learn how to play songs the first time when you take guitar in your hand. Practice slowly and methodically until you master that part, then you can move to next one. You have to learn to walk before you learn to run.

And don't forget to have a fun.

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