Thursday, November 19, 2015

Learn to Play Guitar through Guide Books (part 2 of 2)

- Theory books also provide practice exercises to improve your playing skills

- Some books also contain lists of the common mistakes usually encountered by beginners and it also provides the necessary ways in order to correct such mistakes

- Guitar books are less expensive rather than hiring a professional guitar teacher

- You can find guitar books in many bookstores and you can also find them in online stores

- You can stay in your house and practice any time you like

- You can learn guitar playing comfortably through the books

Now, if there are pros in using guitar books to learn guitar playing, there is also cons. Check these cons:

- It has been proven through experience that many individuals who purchase guitar books often
leave the books to gather dust on the shelf

- If you’re not motivated enough and you’re rather an impatient individual, you can’t learn through the use of theory books

- You get distracted easily

- Reading a book is sometimes boring for some individuals and so they can’t focus their attention to learning the basics of guitar playing

- Using guitar books is not that fun

- Guitar books can’t provide you with sound demonstrations

- You can’t get any feedback and so you can’t monitor whether you’re improving or not

- You can’t easily ask for help just in case you’re stuck

It is entirely up to the individual whether he or she will use a guitar book to learn guitar playing or not. However, you definitely have to consider the pros and cons mentioned a bit earlier. You see, there are also other options that you can turn to if you think that you can’t learn through the books.

But if you’re confident, patient, and motivated, you can learn to play guitar through guide books.

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