Can you learn guitar at 30?

Nope.

Nope.

Nope.

Nope.

Nope.

Nope.

Nope.

Nope.

Nope.

Yes, absolutely.

But I am here to tell you that, when you start listening, the way I am teaching you to learn the guitar, is that one of the things that makes music so powerful, is actually playing chords. I know that sounds very boring. It doesn’t have to be boring.

It is not boring by accident.

It isn’t boring by accident. And it doesn’t have to be boring because the music that I am teaching you, is actually going to give you that sense of being in control, and not having to think about chords at all. So the first thing that we need to do, is to get a string sound in our hands. But how do we get that sound? So here is one of your easiest ways. Take one piece of string. Pick that. Pull that. If you can pick it all the way across, then you know you have something going on. But what are these three things that do in the middle?

So the first thing is the string vibrates when it is vibrating. So let’s take our string and say now, this is a guitar pick. And let’s pick it all the way through the string. And then, now, let’s take that string that’s got the most number of little bits of metal, and that’s this guitar string. Now we can do that. And then then, because this string has this extra vibration, you also get that sparkle on top of it, because the metal is vibrating inside. But we’re not going to take the extra vibration, as far from the metal, and put it all the way in, because it might actually burn it. But that’s the main thing. We are going to take this string that is vibrating and go down and then vibrate some of those little bits of metal on the inside of it, and we’re going to leave that area out. But you can still think, if you have a little bit of metal there, and you are going to hit it really hard, the metal is probably going to go crazy, and it will probably turn. But you are going to be able to play the sound. That’s what we are going to do. So now we are going to pick up another piece of