#1
Ok im not really a "newb", i know a crap load of chords, scales, some songs, and riffs. my fingers arent superfast, but i mean they are like mediocre. its just i dont really know where to go from here. i would get a teacher, but i dont have the extra money to shell out. i dont know sitting with a book gets a little repetitive, i really wanna have fun with my guitar, instead of putting it away like once before
#2
just download tabs to ur fav songs and sit and learn them! thats all i did to teach myself..practise makes perfect and all that
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#3
In my 2 years of guitar playing I've found that UG has been the greatest teacher to me. Tabs for almost every song you wanna learn, and a forum full of people that can give you advise and answer your questions. Also check out video lessons on youtube.
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#4
I second that YouTube notion. There are quite a few really good guitarists on YouTube that essentially give you lessons for free. Now, I wouldn't say I recommend that over real lessons, as you can have questions answered on the fly or have hands on help when you need it, but if you don't have the extra money for lessons and you want to learn theory, then it's a good way to go.
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#5
Possibly start learning some theory? That can really expand your playing... Or some new exotic scales?
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Go to your staff paper and re-write this song a half step down so on the paper it'll be like you have a "C" just move it down to a "B#"




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#6
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I second that YouTube notion. There are quite a few really good guitarists on YouTube that essentially give you lessons for free. Now, I wouldn't say I recommend that over real lessons, as you can have questions answered on the fly or have hands on help when you need it, but if you don't have the extra money for lessons and you want to learn theory, then it's a good way to go.


that is a very good idea thanks
#7
Do you play with friends? I think if you don't have a teacher, playing with supportive friends is a close substitute.