#1
I have an electric guitar and would love some tips and tricks that y'all know to help me get started... I know there are probably lots of forums like this but I'm new to this site, sorry :3 Some great easy songs for beginning learners would be amazing too! Thanx!!!
P.S. i would love some advice with hammer-ons and pull-offs too...
#4
Quote by Paperclypse13
I have an electric guitar and would love some tips and tricks that y'all know to help me get started... I know there are probably lots of forums like this but I'm new to this site, sorry :3 Some great easy songs for beginning learners would be amazing too! Thanx!!!
P.S. i would love some advice with hammer-ons and pull-offs too...


http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=help+with+hammer-ons+and+pull+offs&aq=f

http://www.youtube.com/user/rockongoodpeople?blend=1&ob=4

This is how I learn most of my stuff that i have trouble with.
"You're not hardcore unless you live hardcore"
#5
For the hammer on and pull offs part i recommend you these:

http://www.guitarlearningtips.org/guitar-technique/guitar-finger-exercises/

You have the indication of how to practice them in there

As for the electric guitar advices part:

- besides the part with the distorsion. That is different and you have to get used to it i don't know what to say.

It is easier to play an electric guitar then it is to play an acoustic. (i mean from the technical point of view. The acoustic usually have thicker strings)

But i can give advice of how to become a better guitar player.

Check out my free Ebook : http://www.guitarlearningtips.org/the-guitar-blueprint-to-success/

Just take a look at the table of contents and see what it gives you.

Good luck
#6
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