It happens to everyone with something as massive and worthwhile as learning guitar… you’re bound to hit a point where you have no motivation to play guitar.
You’ll see your idols playing amazing things effortlessly and you think of how hard you’ve already worked. You can only imagine how much harder you have to work in order to hit that point yourself!
Lost motivation to play guitar is more common than you think. That is why I’ve put together this page to provide you with advice for getting past these barriers that affect us all.
These are things that I have used myself to ensure that my guitar journey keeps moving forward. I’ve shared these tips with my students and they all keep coming back for lessons… so I guess they’re still playing guitar too!
At the end of the day, you are guaranteed to get better at guitar as long as you keep trying. It can be hard to muster up the energy to practice but in these tutorials and discussions I’m going to share with you some surefire ways to make it happen consistently.
These tips for beginner guitar players will help you focus on the important things, and teach you a process for learning songs on guitar quickly and more effectively.
As an adult beginner myself, I realized that it was necessary to break things down in a certain way, in order to speed up the learning process, so that I could catch up to my peers. And now, I would like to share those tips with you.
These are the 6 common mistakes I see guitarists make every day – six things I wish I knew as a beginner guitarist – and I’m happy to be able to share them with you!
In this lesson I’d like to go over 7 bad habits holding you back on guitar and replace them with 7 good habits and exercises to fix them.
A while back, I had a student come in for their first lesson. They were wondering why, even though they played the right stuff, in the right order, it never actually sounded like the song they were trying to play.
I want to talk about what is probably the most important thing for guitar: practicing, and to develop the motivation to play guitar!
In this lesson I answer a question by Emma from the U.K. She says that she’s afraid she’ll be stuck being a beginner forever. I explain what it means to be a beginner, and how to blast past it.
It’s not about the quality of the guitar… it’s all about the quality of the guitarist. (To a certain extent… if your guitar is absolutely impossible to play, even by a professional, then yeah.. you have a case)
I’m not saying New Years resolutions don’t work. I just think that no matter what time of year it is, if you want to learn guitar, you can do it! You don’t have to make a new years resolution to learn guitar, but just a general resolution – today!
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