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Blog Name: Mauskie's Den
My URL: http://mumayski.blogspot.com/
A guitar is somehow associated with the so called "boy thing", because they are the gender that is mostly associated with it. That same premise gave me the idea to pursue my will to learn as well. From my childhood days until now, my love for music is so evident that I really can't imagine myself not knowing how to even play a single chord on a guitar.
I remember how it all started, it was during my elementary days when I'm always hearing my big brother played "More than Words" by Extreme. Do you know the feeling of a child when she sees her playmates eating a chocolate that looks so good? well, imagine how I looked like during those times. I asked him to teach me on how to play it, then luckily he taught me the very important thing to start from.. the BASIC.
Actually, the first thing that one should have is the drive to learn on how to play it. Believe me, it definitely sucks when you feel the strings of the guitar pushing through your fingers because it really hurts at first. However, I was informed that callous will help to ease the pain when it already develops on the tip of your fingers. It is not a good idea though if you are a feminine type, who would not want your hands to be loaded with this extra hard skin. The next thing to do is to know how to read the chord chart (which will be tackled on a different article) as it will be your guide on your way for your first strum. Normally, the very first chord that I am suggesting for people to start from is D-A-G-A. Don't underestimate that group of chords, as there are lots of songs that you can play with that one; an example of such is "When you Say Nothing at All". You just have to learn on how to press the strings hard enough in order to come up with a melody and not a tragedy when you start strumming (hahahaha). The last thing to do is to "Listen to music", because you will definitely find yourself getting the right rhythm when you start to strum or pluck if you do so... Your ears , your mind and your hands will definitely jive with each other.
So everyone (especially girls) who wants to learn this stuff, just always remember to do it not because you would want to prove that you too can, but learn it because you love it.