View Full Version : Where does a REAL beginner start?
03-12-2000, 07:50 PM
Okay, I've borrowed an acoustic guitar. So, where do I start? Any suggestions or web links for a complete beginner? Thanks!
03-13-2000, 09:13 AM
Well you could start with learning how Tabelature works!! And then check out some of the easy vintage tricks on www.guitartricks.com (http://www.guitartricks.com)
I believe that there also is explaination of the Tab-writing on guitartricks.
03-13-2000, 02:31 PM
There is a page on guitartricks that teaches tab
and the vintage tricks are a good primer. But, if you have never played a note, they may cause you some trouble.
The links page has some good links to other lesson sites
I think you might like this one
Check it out and let us know how you do.
06-21-2000, 04:15 PM
look around when i started out i went to this site a lot to learn songs:http://www.fortunecity.com/tinpan/deadhead/188/
heres a site that helps you with a lot of stuff too:www.dreamscape.com/toltech.guitarnotes.html.
How do you put links in here?
07-06-2000, 02:06 PM
I too have just started, altough I'm on electric. Learing tabs is the first thing to do. Get used to playing chords.. its pme of the harder things to do...
then download some tabs and get movin!
07-09-2000, 03:30 PM
What is a GOOD good Tab site for a beginner...
07-19-2000, 11:52 PM
www.tabmall.com (http://www.tabmall.com) or www.tabcrawler.com (http://www.tabcrawler.com)
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I am new to the guitar, I already understand tablature but I am unable to play chords.
Does anyone have ay useful tricks for it or maybe a website
08-09-2000, 09:28 PM
jedi- there are no tricks to chords, just practice, practice, practice. once you get your dexterity to a certain point, chords will be a breeze to play, but also, you'll find that you can learn new chords and the fingerings extremely fast. its all a matter of practice though.
08-24-2000, 12:24 AM
I think that a real beginer should start
with some clasic stuff It is harder to find
clasic music for guitar than for piano
but it's better to start with it than with
blues or rock. I have played clasic guitar for year, and then when i started to learn blues and rock it went much easier.
A good clasic composer to learn is Bach
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