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Learn To Play Guitar for Beginners


(@ryanalbert02)
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Hi, i love playing guitar and been playing for many years. I am one of the tab and chord contributor in some guitar sites. I also made an ebook that contains quick and easy guide guitar lessons, techniques and tips. Please visit my blog: myguitarbooks.blogspot.com


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(@jtlessons)
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Hey! here is a link to my guitar tab archive which has a variety of tunes and lessons. There is a great mix of material for all levels including beginners.

https://jeffrey-thomas.com/tabs/instruments-t/guitar/

Thanks, Jeff


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(@geraldbrooks)
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Hi, i love playing guitar and been playing for many years. I am one of the tab and chord contributor in some guitar sites. I also made an ebook that contains quick and easy guide guitar lessons, techniques and tips. Please visit my blog: myguitarbooks.blogspot.com

Looking at the contents of the eBook, $1.99 is a bargain price. Any alternate payment method other than Paypal?


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(@nethanpaul)
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Hi, Thanks for sharing this ebook. Its a good contribution for beginners.


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(@bencryer)
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Hi guys,
What is your opinion about online classes that teach guitar for beginners? I came across this link[ https://www.simpliv.com/search?query=guitar ]. I found it interesting.


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(@alangreen)
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Hi guys,
What is your opinion about online classes that teach guitar for beginners? I came across this link[ https://www.simpliv.com/search?query=guitar ]. I found it interesting.

Save your money and spend it on a real tutor who will be in the room with you, can see where you're going wrong, can answer questions, fix issues, nag you about fixing that loose nut on your jack socket and actually cares.

The guitar material on the site you linked to costs less than a real lesson from a real live person - you get what you pay for

"Be good at what you can do" - Fingerbanger"
I have always felt that it is better to do what is beautiful than what is 'right'" - Eliot Fisk
Wedding music and guitar lessons in Essex. Listen at: http://www.rollmopmusic.co.uk


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(@tonys)
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I got some lessons one to one at first just to get the basics and then I tried a few online courses or as some might say online communities.

I liked the one to one classes to get a hands on approach to holding the guitar and learning the basics right from the get go etc. But I found them too expensive to keep going. I think it was $50 for a half hour I was paying. I couldn't keep that up to be honest. If I needed 20 lessons that's a lot of money that I could use on a nice guitar.

I read a few reviews on instrumentalglobal.com and found a few recommendations - the same ones kept popping up like Jam Play, Guitar Tricks, Justin Guitar etc.

They say you can start from scratch but I still thought getting a few one to one lessons was beneficial to be honest. Would I get more than 5 lessons? Probably not really. I checked out Jamorama as well and that works out under $100 one off few as far as I can remember. That's the cost of 2 lessons rather than 20.

Guitar Tricks was interesting. It has so so much content but it has a monthly fee.

I would check out a few of them maybe, but consider a couple of one to ones lessons first maybe (just my opinion)


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