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Learn How To Play Acoustic Guitar - The Fast Way

If you want to learn how to play an acoustic guitar you can do it the old fashion way by learning how to read music, learning every note and chord on the guitar just so you can play a few basic songs.

With enough practice in a year you might learn a few tunes. This is the way I learned. Of course back when I started there was no other way.

These days you have a much wider variety of choices. Tabs where not around when I started. You can now learn to play guitar in record time and you don't even need to be able to read music.

With the new guitar courses out you can learn your basics and be playing real songs, popular ones, in just a few weeks. Don't fool yourself though you will have to practice hard if you want to master your guitar.

If you do not have a guitar yet you can pick up a good acoustic guitar at a second hand shop or pawnshop. Make sure it has nylon strings on it. If not change them right away. Steel strings on an acoustic guitar can damage it and it will definitely take a toll on your fingers.

Search out and find a course that's fits the style you want to learn and buy it. The time you save will more than pay for the course. You can poke around online for free stuff but you will end up picking up some bad habits that will be hard to break later on. Better learn proper techniques from the beginning.

We purchased and reviewed the top 10 guitar courses and narrowed it down to the top 3. With these new guitar courses there has never been a faster more effective way to learn the guitar. I could have saved years if they were around back when I started.

The biggest piece of advice I can give you is learn your scales. Practice them until you can play a scale anywhere in the neck without thinking about it. If you learn how to do that improvising will be a snap.

There is nothing like the feeling of whipping out your guitar and playing like a pro for your friends or family and watching there mouths drop open in awe.

Thank you Mike D Tucker

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