#1
what specific skills or general things should I be able to do with my guitar after playing for eight months. i want to know if i am learning at a normal pace, learning at a very fast pace with natural talent or if i am learning slower than normal. i can get more specific if need be, just wanted to know from the experience of all you out there. thanks alot!
#3
tl;dr

there's no specific guide but your playing should be accurate and i suppose you should have a decent grasp of chords etc at the least.
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#4
Yeah there aren't any specific things you should know. You should be able to learn songs faster and obviously play harder stuff than you could 7 months ago but it depends on how much you practice and how fast of a learner you are.
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#5
You should be able to continue improving.

Always.

That's all you need to worry about.
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#6
You should be able to eat a whole set of strings by now.
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#7
I'm going to speak at the risk of sounding self-conceited:

After eight months I had an excellent foundation down on rhythm playing. I could play almost any rhythm pattern. I was just starting to play lead guitar when I hit nine months.

Congratulations, and keep playing.
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#8
Depends on how much you play, what style you play, etc. There aren't really quotas or benchmarks that you need to meet.
#9
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I'm going to speak at the risk of sounding self-conceited:

After eight months I had an excellent foundation down on rhythm playing. I could play almost any rhythm pattern. I was just starting to play lead guitar when I hit nine months.

Congratulations, and keep playing.

you self-conceited twat!

but tbh TS it doesnt matter.. and I cant even remember what I was like at 8 months..
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#10
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You should be able to eat a whole set of strings by now.


that one caught me off guard.
#11
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You should be able to continue improving.

Always.

That's all you need to worry about.


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#12
You should be able to keep good time and play a song all the way through.