We have already found that making it simple and enjoyable is the best way to learn guitar, but how will we do it?
How do we make sure that things are straightforward and engrossing at any point of the learning process? It is a simple method. Let us consider more insights on this subject.
To learn guitar, you must be able to do two things: one with your left hand and one with your right.
• We use our left hand to create chord forms.
• We use our right hand to strum.
We have a formula for success and satisfaction if we can make any of these skills smoother to learn and then use them to play music we celebrate.
As a result, we now have a road map to follow. There are three stages of guitar lessons:
· To begin, we use ‘stepping-stone’ chords.
· The universal strumming pattern is the second thing we learn.
· Finally, we perform music that we like.
A lot of inexperienced guitarists are unaware that every chord has a simplified version. Beginner guitarists spend a lot of time learning chords that are inappropriate for them. You must realize that the greatest danger to your ability to master the instrument is a lack of development. Understanding the guitar can be overwhelming, but you are more determined to keep practicing if you see that you are progressing. Playing the guitar should always be a welcome sight.
Our teaching philosophy revolves around stepping-stone chords. These chords are easy to navigate, sound fantastic, and inspire you to compose music much faster than you could with traditional chords.
Another significant advantage of stepping-stone chords is that they enable you to focus more on your strumming. Since the chords are convenient to play, you can concentrate on improving your right hand’s rhythm and musicality. Some guitar teachers say that the most efficient way to learn the guitar is to “push through the pain barrier” and master those difficult chords. This “sink or swim” approach is not only damaging but also reckless.
The idea that guitarists ought to learn strumming patterns’ is one of the most damaging guitar-learning misconceptions on the internet. Neither do you have to memorize a bunch of strumming patterns nor memorize a bunch of strumming patterns? We want you to grow a sense of rhythmic sound, imagination, and musicality in your strumming. We want you to be able to strum any song while still being able to translate it in various ways.
We already established that the best way to learn guitar is to make it simple and enjoyable. We have gone through the top and left elements, and now it’s time to move on to the third, which explains to admire the simple cadences of music.