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My One Year Of Playing Guitar Progress #6 - Beginner Learning Guitar - Self Taught Guitar Progress




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Published on Sep 22, 2019

You can SUPPORT me by HITTING the SUBSCRIBE button and the BELL icon. My One Year Of Playing Guitar Progress - Beginner Learning Guitar - Self Taught Guitar Progress is a week by week video series of my one year guitar progress as a beginner learning guitar. This is my first year of guitar playing progress.

I will show you week by week how to learn guitar for beginners the way I did.

My One Year Of Playing Guitar Progress #6 - Beginner Learning Guitar - Self Taught Guitar Progress:
0:24 John Mayer - Daughters (Improving Slowly)
1:17 Gary Moore - You Still Got The Blues (First Attempt)

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In the next 52 weeks (1 year) I will be recording clips of things I am learning which I think are cool to share. I hope that my one year guitar progress series will be an inspiration for other people to get started with their journey as a beginner learning guitar as well.

Many thanks to Harry Schat (www.gitaarlesbijnigel.nl) for all the support!!!

My gear:
* Guitar - Fender Telecaster Player Series HH
* Guitar - LAG Tramontane T66ACE
* Amp - Boss Katana 50
* Guitar Strings - John Pearse
* Camera - GoPro 7 Black

If you are a beginner guitar player like me you should start with the basics & develop a strong practice routine. A solid practice-routine can make wonders happen in your progress. For starters you will need to get guitar lessons but if you don't have time to work with a teacher or don't have the money to do it you can also learn guitar by looking at online lessons. You will first have to think if you are serious about it and set some goals. Setting the goals as a self taught beginner will do wonders for you and get your mindset on for learning guitar.

How a (self-taught) beginner should learning guitar?

First of all you will need to get a guitar that is easy to learn. While you can learn guitar on any of them, a beginner guitar player should use a guitar better suited to beginners, or an easy guitar. The Fender Telecaster Player Series HH is an easy electric guitar to start your learning sessions with. My other guitar is a LAG Tramontane T66ACE, which is an electro-acoustic guitar with an auditorium body which makes the guitar sit a lot lower on the leg and this means it’s much easier for the player to reach over and play.

Next you will need to learn the parts of the guitar and what they’re there for. Once you know that you will need to learn how to hold a guitar properly. As a beginner guitar player, your chances of learning guitar fast dramatically increase when you start up with holding the guitar properly. If there are errors in your posture you will never be able to play the guitar in the way that you would like.

Next step in learning guitar is understanding the Chromatic Scale and basic chords. Start learning chords, but in the context of keys, not just random chords from a book. I’d probably start you on the key of G. At this point you are starting to learn how to play guitar and you are reaching the point and making guitar progression once you start learning about the rudiments of rhythm. You will also get to strumming patterns and helps you feel the guitar and make progression.

Next you will start by learning an easy guitar song. Easy songs for beginner guitar players are in the key of G. You are putting in practice what you've seen in the guitar lesson and learning it. Come join me in my one year guitar progress journey and learn how to play guitar fast alongside me.

My one year guitar progress series will follow my routine for 52 weeks from how to play guitar for beginners to how to play guitar in a more advanced manner. These videos are not really guitar lessons but show the one year guitar progress and I am looking forward of you sharing your guitar progress with me as well. Looking forward to hear from you in the comments section below.

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