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Easiest way to learn to play the guitar?

planning on learning to play the guitar, what is the cheapest and easiest way i can learn a guitar? i know there are some guitar learning softwares out there but sometimes are not affective…….

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4 Responses to “Easiest way to learn to play the guitar?”

  1. Chief said :

    Hey, if you want cheap start with a cheap guitar, that’s what I did. Then I taught myself using the internet and software. Now this is obviously the cheapest way. The best thing for me was learning how to read tablature, or tabs for short. They are very basic and very easy to understand. Now most software isn’t very helpful but the software I use is called Guitar Pro 5, it’s pretty expensive, but worth it. This software allows you to download tabs from websites like or . You can then use GP5 to play the tabs and this makes it easier to understand what to play, how to play, it and when to play! You should check it out, it helped me, I hope this has helped.

  2. fieryice said :

    You can try using Youtube or Google to find websites with good tutorials although I would recommend getting a good guitar instruction DVD instead of spending your time looking around the web.

    I used this website and it worked really well for me:

  3. HCaulfield said :

    Go to ultimate-guitar.. learn from videos on youtube.. learn some easy tablature… have friends show you things if you have any that play.. and practice….

  4. Brado said :

    I’ve been playing for 7 months. The only thing I ever searched is how to read tablature, and just getting tabs to learn a song I wanted to learn. I started off with a $50 guitar, then upgraded to a $1000 one when I decided that I wanted to stick with it. I just taught myself by messing around with different styles, and techniques as I find that the internet can be incorrect, as diferent teachers will teach you different styles. I think the best way to learn is to learn to play it the way you want to play it, and not listen to all the different styles and techniques used by otehr players and teachers.


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