#2
Self Teaching:
-Pros: Saves money
-Cons: No hands on learning, easier to pick up bad habits, possibly slower learning

Teacher: OPPOSITE OF ABOVE
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#4
Teaching yourself saves money, but its sometime times harder to learn certain things about playing your instrument. I am self taught and I have little to no musical theory or knowledge, and I also know very few scales. So it has its up and downs.
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#5
what would u guys tell someone who's just starting to get a teacher but if cant try an tell them were to start
#6
Why do you talk in 3rd person
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#7
bc my lil brothers friend his dad is wanting me to teach him how to play lol when im still learning my self
#8
How good are you? You could teach him at least the basics if youre good, but if youre only starting out youll probably ruin his playing by transfering mistakes and bad habits to him.
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#9
um i have bought the 100$ lessons from www.jamorama.com it has 50+ beginner lessons, 50+ advanced lessons, a electronic tuner with games an extras, 30+ acoustic lessons, just a bunch off stuff for every beginner.That's what i have been using to learn with i was thinking of maybe burning them all on to blank cd's for him an just let him buy them for half of what i paid for.