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Learning the guitar in the palm of your hand
If there’s anything that we’ve learned in the usual manner of how things work in this world, it’s that nobody is born to excel in an instant. Talent is overrated, hard work is what actually counts, and how about throwing in a handful of passion? There is no other way. You can’t cheat your way to real success. This is the naked truth that is applicable to almost everything on this planet. Even playing the guitar.
Although not the hardest instrument to play, the guitar has caused inhibitions on players trying to learn it for the first time because nor is it the easiest to play. The most successful guitarists that ever walked the earth were known to have shed blood, sweat, and tears just to perfect their chosen craft. Learning the famed instrument will demand countless hours dedicated to practice as well as tons of patience and a constant check on self-respect. However discouraging this may seem to a beginner, one thing to keep in mind is that all the greats started here, right where you are.
While it can take the rest of your life to get into the god-playing likes of Jimi Hendrix, Chuck Berry, Eric Clapton, Slash and Buddy Holly, the important thing can be found in three simple words: take your chance and try. Nobody knows if you’re destined to be the next guitar legend, so might as well do it for what it’s worth and start taking your own stage, right?
People want to learn how to play the guitar for different reasons. Some want to play as a pastime, some want to write their own music, others may want to pursue a professional music career, start a band or ride solo, while a few just want to impress a girl. Whatever your reason for trying, there is no reason to back down without giving it a try.
Getting the hang of playing the guitar may involve a ton of required learning and study. Starting with the fundamentals and slowly touching on technical aspects, it can be quite overwhelming to begin especially if you have no prior learning.
If you’re not sure where to start, the best thing to do is to get the help of someone who does. Taking private guitar lessons is a great idea because studying how to play the guitar requires a certain level of supervision and guidance.
Guitar lessons may vary depending on your level of experience, but at the end of each lesson, you will definitely become a better player.
If you’re ready to become the best version of yourself as a guitar player, it’s time to crack your knuckles and embrace the musician in you through Superprof. We have over 40 guitar teachers and tutors available to help you get in touch with the Kurt Cobain in you.
Are you thinking about beginning to play the guitar?
There are 54 guitar instructors on Superprof, available to give guitar private lessons in Toronto.
A messaging system on the platform is set up to allow you to contact with the guitar teachers that are offering private lessons on the platform.
Once your lesson request has been accepted, you can start your first guitar lesson with your guitar instructor.
There are currently 54 private guitar tutors offering guitar classes in Toronto and the nearby areas .
To find a private guitar teacher, take a look at their advert to find out more information about their course offering. Our guitar instructors cover all types of guitar from electric, acoustic, bass.
On average guitar teachers charge $32 for private guitar courses in Toronto.
The cost for guitar lessons will differ depending on:
97% of our tutors give their first guitar lesson for free.
The first thing is obviously to buy a guitar. Some of the most famous guitar brands are Ibanez, ESP, Yamaha and Washburn.
The cost of a new guitar can sometimes intimidate new guitarists.
If this is the case, an alternative could be to rent a guitar to use until you feel ready to buy your own guitar.
Depending on the type of guitar you want to play, you may also purchase:
Certain guitar accessories are not required in order for you to learn the guitar. Don't hesitate to ask your guitar teacher for help on what accessories you should buy in order to play the music you want to.