Guitar - The Beginners Bible (5 in 1): The Practical Guide to Music Theory, Chords, Scales, Guitar Exercises and How to Memorize the Fretboard (Paperback)
How to go from total newbie to doing improvised guitar licks, no musical talent needed
Is learning to play guitar still on your bucket list despite years of failed attempts to start?
Has your guitar been gathering dust from decades of being unused?
Perhaps it's time to finally get started.
No matter what your excuse is - too busy, too tired, too scared, too tone deaf - if you keep dreaming that someday, you'll finally be a true-blue guitar player, maybe you're meant to be one.
Let's face it, not everyone is born a musical prodigy with an innate talent for playing instruments.
Most of us have to learn the usual way - by understanding basic concepts, mastering techniques, and practicing regularly.
If you're looking for a way to learn guitar that is easy to follow, full of practical tips, and allows you to learn at your own pace, here's just the guide for you.
In Guitar - The Beginners Bible (5 in 1), here is just a fraction of what you will discover:
- A comprehensive 5-in-1 bundle jam-packed with all you'll ever need to know about guitar-playing
- The must-learn fundamentals of music theory that will help speed up your guitar-learning journey
- How to look cool and prevent injuries while playing the guitar
- Why picking the right guitar is more important than you might think, and how to make sure you choose the most ideal one for you
- The secret to polishing your finger technique for that perfectly played guitar solo
- How to quickly broaden your repertoire of songs by learning this essential musical skill
- The proven way to master improvisation and even write your own music, even if you've never played a note in your life
- 190 easy exercises that take only 10 minutes a day and will double your playing speed and accuracy
And much more.
Are you worried that you're too old to learn a new instrument?
Take some inspiration from blues musician James Lewis Carter Ford, who started learning the guitar at age 75 He went on to grab a record deal and perform in front of huge crowds.
But don't wait until you reach your 70s to learn.
If you start learning today, you'll get to enjoy many years of guitar-playing fun, strumming, and fingerpicking to all types of musical styles.
Don't deprive yourself from this rewarding experience any longer. Check off that item on your bucket list and master the guitar now.
If you're serious about finally fulfilling your long-held dream of playing the guitar like a pro, then scroll up and click the "Add to Cart" button right now.