Five tips to learn guitar easily and quick


Today many people especially Teen agers like to listen guitar as most of the romantic songs and new songs are easily play in guitar.The sound of the guitar is so stress free that’s why most people prefer guitar to play.There are huge number of people who like guitar but don’t know how to play it and huge number of people also there who are learning guitar but can’t remember the chords that they have learned.Here are some cool tips where you can find some best ways to learn guitar.

1Learn Guitar At Your Own Pace And FOCUS


Keep focused on one goal at a time. For example, you could spend a week or two really getting to know 5 chords (why 5? Just pick a realistic number for that window of time and go with it!). Then, in the next week or two, practice changing between those chords using different combinations. In the next week, work on your strumming or picking, using the chords and chord change combinations you’ve learned.Build up your progress in layers like that. Know what your specific focus is for the current week and stick with it. Don’t get sidetracked or distracted into a new technique, causing you to abandon your current focus prematurely. That’s what causes problems.

2Start by Learning Guitar Chords Slowly (and Correctly)


Some of these guys you see playing on stage and in videos are playing fast — really fast. Let’s not even mention shredding (damn, I mentioned it). So you feel compelled to practice your own playing fast, because that’s what everyone else seems to be doing. Nope, don’t walk until you can run. The best way to learn guitar chords is slowly — very slowly at first. You have to teach your fingers exactly what to do and where to go, before even thinking about speeding things up and guess what? Faster playing will come naturally. Speed and dexterity are much easier after your brain and fingers know what they’re doing.

3Learn Barre Chords and How They work


Barre chords are the heart and soul of rock music and electric guitar playing. They have a place in acoustic playing too, but chunky, driving rock comes from barre chords. To be fair, barre chords are kind of hard work on acoustic guitars unless they have a slim neck and are well set up. The good news is that learning barre chords on an acoustic means that playing these on an electric axe will be a piece of cake. Check out “3 Tips to Simplify Barre Chords” on this blog for some helpful pointers.Learning the basic barre chord shapes and how they easily translate up and down the fretboard is also a great get-out-of-jail trick for playing what might otherwise be a nightmare fingering.

4Make A Loop Out Of Your Weakest Parts


If you’re playing through a piece of music and you keep stumbling at the same place – maybe it’s a chord change or something you’re doing with your picking hand – try creating a loop of that one section to gradually iron out your mistakes.This is much more effective than approaching it with that feeling of dread every time you start the piece from the beginning.So instead of seeing the entire piece of music as an accomplishment, see little bits in the piece as accomplishments and break it up accordingly.

5Don’t Forget To Enjoy It!


Above all, enjoy playing guitar and enjoy the journey! Look forward to 3, 4, 5 years down the line when, if you’ve been persistent with your practice time (and allowed plenty of time for noodling), you’ll have accomplished so much. This is all about freeing up your creativity, bit by bit, so you can express yourself on guitar as naturally as you can with speech. Doors will open all throughout your progress. Each new door that opens is like a new outlet for your creativity.



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