Teach Yourself Guitar
Learning to play a musical instrument can be a rewarding experience, as well as a lot of fun.
Studies have also shown that people who play music improve in most aspects of life, with increased social and academic skills, coordination, concentration, and ability to set goals.
But although there are many benefits to playing music, there are also many reasons why people fail to embrace the idea of picking up an instrument and giving it a shot.
One of these reasons is cost- the expenses involved in learning to play music can be exceedingly high, especially if you have chosen to specialise in a complicated instrument like a cello or a violin.
Another deterrent can be time and commitment. Music is not something that can be learned overnight. It takes a lot of practice (learning notes, chords and theory) to be able to play anything, let alone your favourite songs, and most people take years to perfect their skills.
If you have an urge to learn a musical instrument, and aren't sure what to choose, I'd recommend starting with something like guitar. While this instrument can be difficult to play without lots of practice, there is quite a lot of information readily available if you get stuck, and there is a fair chance that you may have dabbled with a friend or relative's guitar in the past. This familiarity can make the learning experience a lot easier.
Time: As long as you need. Remember that practice makes perfect!
Its a good idea to invest in a few books if you want to learn the basics
There are music magazines available from all over the world, that cover a range of styles
These card packs can be extremely helpful when trying to learn chords
Youll find plenty of instructional videos on www.youtube.com
Find a music teacher or tutor locally for some added help
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