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Early birthday present (I don't reach 30 until Sunday), all I have to do
now is work out how to play it.
4th Aug 2005, 08:38   | tags:,,,

alfie says:

wooooooooooot! :D

Have you platyed any instrument before?

4th Aug 2005, 08:54

eversion says:

I've actually been attempting to play the guitar for over two years now, but during that time I must have picked it up for an average of about 10 minutes a week.

You don't progress very far at that rate. I know about half a dozen chords and that's it. I think I'll have to get some proper lessons and start trying harder, rather than just listening to others:

http://www.audioscrobbler.com/user/eversion/

4th Aug 2005, 08:57

alfie says:

especially if you want to emulate the darkness ;)

Personally I would advise against lessons, unless pure structure is what you need to get off and running - get books, a good one is Nirvanas acoustic album which at the same time as giving you great chord changes with lots of minors, also gives you fretwork instruction.

4th Aug 2005, 09:01

seaneeboy says:

Happy birfday Eversion!

4th Aug 2005, 09:42

eversion says:

Thanks seaneeboy!

Alfie - books I have, what I'm missing is a teacher to wrap my knuckles occasionally and tell me to get on with it. Like you say - structure.

4th Aug 2005, 10:39

John(archidose-at-yahoo-dot-com) says:

If you know a place, group lessons are a great way to learn. I took a few guitar classes at a folk music school in Chicago and am now taking banjo, for a change of pace. The guitar classes are more about singing while playing, playing along with others, and just having fun with it, more than technique and theory and such. Maybe there's a place like that where you live...

Happy Birthday!

4th Aug 2005, 16:40

eversion says:

It's a Westfield. Which means very little to me but I'm told that's quite a good make.

Welcome to moblog Mystery!

14th Aug 2005, 19:51

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