The Easy Way To Learn To Play

Why It’s A Bad Idea To Learn Your Favorite Songs First

Here’s another big “beginner” mistake to avoid!

Most people learning guitar are dying to start playing their favorite songs however it’s normally not recommended to choose these songs as the first ones you learn.

Here’s why…

When you’re making the transition out of learning guitar and into playing songs it’s important to maintain an even learning curve so that you won’t fall flat on your face.

There’s no guarantee that your favorite songs are in any way suitable choices for a beginner to start learning. They could well be intermediate or even advanced level songs which are simply beyond your current technical level.

Start By Learning The Easiest And Most Recognized Beginner Songs First… Even If You Don’t Really Like Them!

Yes that’s right, these songs are the smart way to go. Put aside the fact that you might not like them or have never held any real interest in playing them.

What you’re trying to do is lay down a solid foundation so that later on you can learn whatever songs you like.

The songs in the beginner section of this guitar course are all hand selected to create that even learning curve for you – the works already been done.

Start with those and once you’re done you’ll have the necessary experience under your belt to go and learn other more advanced songs including the ones you’ve always wanted to play.

Continue Reading > What Are The Easiest Songs For Beginners To Start With?

Contents:

00. Introduction
01. How Do You Know When You’re Ready To Start Learning Songs?
02. How Many Chords And Strums Do You Need To Know?
03. The Correct Way To Practice Songs On Guitar
04. Why It’s A Bad Idea To Learn Your Favorite Songs First
05. What Are The Easiest Songs For Beginners To Start With?
06. I’m Having Trouble Playing Guitar And Singing At The Same Time

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