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fun with that one!"
Note to beginners:
Many beginners have asked me how to get started on the
guitar. I think one good way for a beginner to learn guitar
is to start learning some of your favorite songs. It is fun
and will encourage you to practice. There has never been a
better time to learn guitar, with so many great guitar
lessons available on YouTube and around the web. You can do
it! Here's how:
Get a cheap but decent guitar (there are many good ones in
the $150 to $350 range), an electronic clip-on tuner, and a
capo. Get a guitar chord book and a book of Beatles songs or
other familiar favorite songs with chords from a music store
or amazon. You can also search for lyrics and chords for
your favorite songs on the web. Always use your tuner to
tune up before you practice. Watch the lessons on YouTube
using the pause button and rewind slider. Practice one hour or more every day on your chords, and use
them to play your favorite songs. An online or live private
lesson from a good teacher once a week will help get you up
to speed in a hurry. In a couple of months you
will be playing some of your favorite songs, and in one year
you will be a pretty good guitar player. Have fun with that
Stop by here to learn some of your favorite songs on guitar.
To see a list of all the goldhat3 lessons, go to
goldhat3's YouTube channel and click on the guitar
lessons playlist. There are over 100 free guitar lessons
available on our YouTube channel.
Here are a few to get you started:
"Yesterday" by the Beatles
"Michelle" by the Beatles
"Something" by The Beatles
"Norwegian Wood" by the Beatles
"Scarborough Fair" by Simon & Garfunkel
(When I say A7 shape, I mean to say Am7 shape)