#1
hello i've had this guitar for about 6 months (Squier by Fender Affinity Stratocaster) , but i always stop playing for a long time because i lose inspiration . and i don't see any advances but this time i want to give it a real shot , and wanted to know i place where i can learn to play the guitar online , i dont only want to know some songs , want to perfect techniques i would really appreciate your help and thank you for you time ( my amp is a champion 20)
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Last edited by JoseBlake at Jan 2, 2017,
#2
JoseBlake

Hey,

Your best option is join an online paid lessons website. Thats how I got serious about guitar. I understand what you're going through. You play the guitar but you don't feel like you're getting anywhere. Join a website, search for a good guitar teacher. These kind of things do really help.

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Rohan
#3
YouTube has a lot of good guitar tutorials. Its up to you to put the practice time in and perfect the things you learn.
#4
If you don't want to spend any money but want good online resources, I recommend justing guitar.
#5
honestly, don't need to pay for lessons, either in person or online. There are plenty of free resources, suited to actually teach a beginner to play. Youtube and UG are probably my faves out of it all. but yeh. the internet is huge and it's not just for porn. so use it. anything that a instructor could possibly teach you, can be found for free online.
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#6
Yep dont pay for lessons see what you like and learn it. Time is the secret, practice till you are deaf man. Instead of getting lost in a million scales, learn the ones in the style you like. I got stuck on penatonic hell and the blues scale. Now I learned locrian what a weird scale good for metal. I got lost in the scale world, so I found a site that shows 10 scales for the style. If you like metal do the scales that is good for it. Chords I used to practice changing back and forth acdegab etc. Practic will get you there.
#7
DeafRockeras far as scales go, for any style, major and minor. everything else is based around em, and once you know em, makes learning songs a lot easier.
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Well, technically it could be done, but only in the same way that you could change a cat into a hamburger. It's an unpleasant process, and nobody is happy with the result.