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5 Tips On Teaching Yourself Guitar
1. Make sure you can read music
It helps if you've learnt an instrument already, because you can understand music. If you haven't it doesn't matter too much but maybe buy a book on the treble clef and learning how to read music because there's no point confusing yourself when your trying to learn chords if you can't read music!
2. Learn songs you know and like
It really helps if you know how a song goes, because you'll get the hang of it easier and it's really cool to be able to sing and play together. Also, if it's a song you like you'll be more enthusiastic to practise!
3.Take time over learning chords
To get a really authentic pace and rhythm going, you have to KNOW the chords and make the transition between them crisp otherwise it sounds messy. When you learn a new song, just practise the chord sequence over and over until you can do it with your eyes shut.
4. Make sure your happy with your equipment
You'll need: a good guitar, a pick, a capo and a stool. The guitar is obviously important. A pick is optional but if your not used to pressing or strumming on strings (if you don't already play a string instrument basically) you may find it painful. A capo is again optional but loads of songs use one so it is useful. A stool yet again is optional but good for posture.
5.Practise, practise, practise!
It says it all really. It takes 21 days to develop a habit so practise every day for 21 days, or as many days as you can, and you'll be a pro before you know it!