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Old 01-30-2019, 02:53 PM
PTony PTony is offline
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I’m sure there are numerous options as far as websites and guitar trainers go. I did have my Father teach me as he knew how to play. He taught me the E/A/B chords first. The E chord is key as it’s the chord that you use to tune the guitar to pitch.

Regardless of which chord you learn...it’ll take time. And your fingers may hurt. That’s why a good setup is crucial as it will make learning to play the guitar much easier.

Don’t get discouraged. You can do it. Stop when you get upset or discouraged. Take a break. But, make sure to come back to it. Once you get that first chord...it’ll encourage you to forge ahead!

Then it’s only a matter of time before you’re learning songs. You’ve got this! With all the resources online I’m sure you’ll be playing in no time.

FWIW, if you have any friends/family that know how to play they can be a huge help to you. It’s always better to have someone in person who can help.

PT
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