In case you are thinking about learning to play a musical instrument, learning the guitar is a fantastic choice:
- it’s cheap
- uses up very little space
- playing a song that you have been listening to your entire life, or simply jamming to a backing track will be really enjoyable
Learning guitar as an adult is not so easy though. Why?
Because adults are pressed for time. We have busy schedules, always juggling our responsibilities.
But you don’t need to give up on your dream of jamming along with your favorite songs.
Is it hard for adults to learn guitar?
This might be the first question that comes to your mind if you are an adult who wants to learn to play guitar.
In short, it’s just as hard as it is for kids.
But is it more difficult to learn guitar as an adult?
Undoubtedly yes. But not for the reasons you would think.
The only reason it’s harder to learn guitar, or anything else for that matter, is that adults do not have as much free time on their hands as young people do.
Being an adult means rushing to get kids to school, than rushing to work, possibly working overtime, coming home to prepare dinner, learning with the kids, etc.
With all of the chores and responsibilities adults have (vs kids), time becomes a rare commodity.
If you want to learnt to play guitar as an adult, you need to consciously set aside practice time everyday. If you can find 1 hour per day to practice, you can learn guitar just as child or teenager would.
How can adults learn to play guitar?
The most effective way an adult can learn to play guitar is through online guitar lessons. Online lessons are great for adults, since:
- you can turn them on whenever you have time
- you can learn at your own pace, revisiting any video whenever you need to
- the best lessons are succinct and efficient
There are many websites offering guitar lessons on the internet. …
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