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styleWish says

Guitar pro is a really nice tool to learn guitar. http://www.guitar-pro.com

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ToivoMedia says

Guitar pro is a really nice tool to learn guitar. http://www.guitar-pro.com

I used it to midi-sequence for all my music! :D

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Cubell says

First thing to know is that it will take time and practise, but it is so worth it in the end! Just persevere and you will be a guitar god. I recommend learning the first basic chrods, A, C, G, E, Em. Try to avoid songs with the F chord until you master the others first, it’s a bit trickier and easy to get frustrated over!

I recommend a really good guitar learning channel called “Guitar Sage” (or something like that) on YouTube, the guy who does those videos is quite funny and a great teacher.

Good luck, look forward to seeing your covers on YouTube :)

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4riS says

  • Go to the music store and buy a guitar
  • Go back home, leave the guitar in the closet and forget about it
  • Go out, meet people, fall in love
  • Sooner or later, you’ll find yourself feeling sad and lonely
  • Go back home, open the closet, grab the guitar and play

Hahaha. I recommend this one :)

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weCREATEthings says

I recommend a really good guitar learning channel called “Guitar Sage” (or something like that) on YouTube, the guy who does those videos is quite funny and a great teacher.

I have seen that channel too. That guy is amazing :grin:

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Paulnomade says

Make sure you learn the right music style. Than e, g and a should be enough. :D \\
+1 :)
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