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AyanG
post May 27 2016, 09:44 PM
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For a beginner,if he wants to learn by starting with the series sets of GMC, which series should be started with and how to move with other series to learn the basics,then more intermediate and then advanced to have a overall grasp of everything?Any suggestions,,,


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Daeron
post May 27 2016, 09:57 PM
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Hello !

I joined GMC as a beginner (I'm still but less beginner than before tongue.gif ) and I started with Bear Rose's Beginner Corner : https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/lessonser...ginners-Corner/

It's well made because each lesson concentrate on ONE technical element and there's nothing quick, not any other difficulty than the technical element to work. But for having worked hard on several of this lessons, it's not so easy to make a perfect take...

Now, I concentrate all my work on Darius lessons and that's really nice because I love the musicality of this lessons. You can find them at his page : https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/instructor/Darius-Wave/ searching for "Beginner" lessons.

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Kristofer Dahl
post May 28 2016, 09:05 AM
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Good advice from Daeron.

The idea is that we're all different, and there is no one series that suit all. So I would advise to skim through the different series and see which teachning/content style you prefer.

All of them will take your forward as long as you persevere - so the challenge is to find the series that feels most inspirational to you.

I have said it before - but the main goal is to keep you musically inspired every practice session (=have fun with your guitar). If the fun dissapears from learning you are screwed - and this is when most people quit. If you quit you won't make any progress at all - guaranteed!

Btw this is also a great absolut ebeginners guide: https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/guitar_fo...showtopic=54969


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Phil66
post May 28 2016, 09:30 AM
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I have to go with Daeron, Bear Rose's beginners lessons are good but as Kris says everyone is different so just try a few out and we all here to help you along.
Enjoy the journey wink.gif


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