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  • DukeWildwood

    Member
    March 7, 2023 at 7:26 am

    Hey There Kinga!

    I read some of the posts so hopefully this isn’t redundant. One thing I found after many many years of playing and not really improving significantly was a change in my guitar. I bought a fairly cheap guitar when I first started and not knowing anything about the guitar neck or quality strings my guitar fell out of tune easily and the strings were high off the fretboard making it difficult to play so I didn’t play often and got frustrated when I did. I bought a mid-level guitar next and found out I wasn’t as bad as I thought I was. Short story, be sure to have quality tools for the job and don’t short change yourself. You are worth the investment, and if for some reason you stop playing, your better guitar will be easier to sell or better to pass on to a friend or family member. Lastly, you are in the right place to learn to be a guitar player. I’ve taken a lot of lessons in person and with other books and I can say that I’m feeling so much more improvement and part of a community of like minded folks who encourage me daily. Be sure to dive in to all that TAC has to offer if you are really serious about playing guitar if even for around the campfire. make it an epic day guitar brother!