#5
it didnt
Gear:

Jackson RR-3 Eerie Desert Swirl
Alden Warlord Guitar+Bass
Encore Strat
KTone Alpine White 6/12 Double Neck SG
Digitech RP500
Kustom Amp KGA16R

And A Bunch Of Other Stuff
#6
the basic, open chords are no sweat and the rest comes as quickly as you force it.
#7
Not long, but I'll have to keep repeating it every day unless I wanna **** up alot XD
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#10
Well if you just mean switching between the chords then it didn't take long for me, but if you mean playing a nice rhythm along with the chords then it took me a couple of months perhaps.
Guitars

- Epiphone Les Paul Standard Ebony Finish
- Hohner Hc-06 Classical guitar

Amplifiers

-Roland Cube 30x
Effects
- Vox Wah-wah
#11
To do it while playing normally it will take you a few months or more to get there from just starting to play the guitar. Playing the guitar tends to need a combination of skills and techniques that you have practiced until you can do them easily. Its just down to practicing until you get it like most things.
#12
I didn't touch chords, scales and theory for the first 2years of playing
#14
Learn songs I liked from tabs basically!

That said, I've picked the pace up these last year :B
#15
5 years and still counting.
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#16
A couple of months, but I'm sure if I started when I was young and had naturally flexible fingers it would have taken me like a week.