If you really want to learn guitar and don’t have time for guitar lessons, you can go about it in three different ways. You can choose to buy a guitar and spend a lot of money to teach yourself guitar. Or, you can find a good home course and learn guitar at home with your own two feet. Whatever route you decide to take, make sure you know what you are doing first. It is important to remember that when you say you can effectively learn guitar yourself, that means it’s going to take you quite a bit of time. In this article, will help guide you to get started learning to play guitar on your own.
First, if you want to learn guitar and jam, the best way to do it is through amply. Jamming is where all your guitar lessons with your instructor are put together in one long piece of music. To learn jam playing, all you need is a decent guitar, a set of open chords, and some free jam tracks. There are many jam directories online, such as, “jamband”, “feederz,” “crystal clear” and others. They also have text tutorials to go along with their tracks so that you don’t have to worry about reading music.
After you have gotten good with jamming, you can move onto learning guitar chords by picking up a book and trying to memorize as many guitar chords as you can. This is a poor idea, however, because it doesn’t teach you how to improvise (put together three or more guitar chords into a song) effectively. It does teach you to be able to memorize a bunch of guitar chords though, and they are all pretty easy to get started with. So to summarize, the best way to learn guitar is to get started with jamming, jam classes, and play along with a good guitar player.