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Playing the guitar is a lot of fun. Easy to learn and few chords and just start playing! Get one of your guitar playing friends to show you C, D, E, F, G, and A. And then the minor chords of the same. They are easy to play and remember.

I am wanting a new acoustic, have my eyes on a Fender Sonoran SCE. Relatively inexpensive. Great fun to play, can also be plugged into a sound system as it is an acoustic/electric.

Originally Posted by Naked Tomato
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:) Back! Now it’s my turn. What kind of music interests Naked Tomato?


“For me, the camera is a sketch book, an instrument of intuition and spontaneity.” ~Henri Cartier-Bresson

Originally Posted by sta-kool
Playing the guitar is a lot of fun. Easy to learn and few chords and just start playing! Get one of your guitar playing friends to show you C, D, E, F, G, and A. And then the minor chords of the same. They are easy to play and remember.

Well everyone I know that knows how to play lives elsewhere because we’re all at different colleges.


“For me, the camera is a sketch book, an instrument of intuition and spontaneity.” ~Henri Cartier-Bresson

Originally Posted by ThunderSS
You tube should have some decent beginner’s lessons available. Or you could Skype, or actually do it old school and buy a beginner’s book, or do it really old school and figure it out yourself. :)

This, new or a decent used one, would be my suggestion for your first guitar.

http://www.zzounds.com/item—SEAS6

I checked the link out and that guitar is pretty, but also expensive. Especially when I’m a college kid without a job. But if I had one, I’d probably just start plucking the strings and figuring things out. That’s what I’m doing with my digital camera, a Nikon D3100 DSLR.


“For me, the camera is a sketch book, an instrument of intuition and spontaneity.” ~Henri Cartier-Bresson

Originally Posted by Rycbar
I checked the link out and that guitar is pretty, but also expensive. Especially when I’m a college kid without a job. But if I had one, I’d probably just start plucking the strings and figuring things out. That’s what I’m doing with my digital camera, a Nikon D3100 DSLR.

You know I have a guitar if you want to learn, I just have to track it down. :)

Originally Posted by rootsnatty
You know I have a guitar if you want to learn, I just have to track it down. :)

Shall I get a sniffer dog for you? ;) Tracking it down for me would be cool :)


“For me, the camera is a sketch book, an instrument of intuition and spontaneity.” ~Henri Cartier-Bresson

Originally Posted by Rycbar

:) Back! Now it’s my turn. What kind of music interests Naked Tomato?

I like a lot of different stuff. :) But I like mostly rock and indie.


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Originally Posted by Rycbar
I checked the link out and that guitar is pretty, but also expensive. Especially when I’m a college kid without a job. But if I had one, I’d probably just start plucking the strings and figuring things out. That’s what I’m doing with my digital camera, a Nikon D3100 DSLR.

Sell the camera and get the guitar. :)


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Originally Posted by ThunderSS
You tube should have some decent beginner’s lessons available. Or you could Skype, or actually do it old school and buy a beginner’s book, or do it really old school and figure it out yourself. :)

This, new or a decent used one, would be my suggestion for your first guitar.

http://www.zzounds.com/item—SEAS6

Youtube is a great resource for getting info on how to play. There are even good teachers that will do lessons over skype so you can get a proper training. A good teacher can make all the difference.

Once roots gets you his guitar get it restrung with new strings (less than $10) and a Snark (tuner less than $20). New strings will help anny guitar sound better and a tuner will make it possible to make sounds that are musical.

As a player of more 30 years I strongly recommend lessons. Lessons will eventually make your efforts at filling the house with beautiful sounds most possible. Learning good technique will make many forms & types of music possible. I tried early on to “figure” it out, the vaunted “self taught” approach but you will waste years throwing darts hitting musical notes by luck & chance and limiting what you can play.

Like anything else it will take work to get good at it but one day you may amaze yourself by making the magic that is music eminate from your fingertips. My life is much richer for having done the hard work leaning HOW to be able to play music.


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The guitar and strings are both basically brand new, I have tried to tune the thing by ear like ten times and failed miserably every time. Will this tuner device make that process easier/more successful?

I also have a banjo restrung with new strings, will the tuner work with that as well?

Originally Posted by ThunderSS
Sell the camera and get the guitar. :)

Interesting solution but I spent $600 of my own money on this camera and it’s not going anywhere :)


“For me, the camera is a sketch book, an instrument of intuition and spontaneity.” ~Henri Cartier-Bresson

Originally Posted by donttazemebro
YouTube is a great resource for getting info on how to play. There are even good teachers that will do lessons over Skype so you can get a proper training. A good teacher can make all the difference.

Once roots gets you his guitar get it restrung with new strings (less than $10) and a Snark (tuner less than $20). New strings will help any guitar sound better and a tuner will make it possible to make sounds that are musical.

As a player of more 30 years I strongly recommend lessons. Lessons will eventually make your efforts at filling the house with beautiful sounds most possible. Learning good technique will make many forms & types of music possible. I tried early on to “figure” it out, the vaunted “self taught” approach but you will waste years throwing darts hitting musical notes by luck & chance and limiting what you can play.

Like anything else it will take work to get good at it but one day you may amaze yourself by making the magic that is music eminate from your fingertips. My life is much richer for having done the hard work leaning HOW to be able to play music.

That is some great advice, thank you!


“For me, the camera is a sketch book, an instrument of intuition and spontaneity.” ~Henri Cartier-Bresson

Originally Posted by Rycbar
Interesting solution but I spent $600 of my own money on this camera and it’s not going anywhere :)

5 years from now your camera will be worth about 20 bucks and the guitar will probably have appreciated at least 20%. ;)


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Originally Posted by ThunderSS
5 years from now your camera will be worth about 20 bucks and the guitar will probably have appreciated at least 20%. ;)

Maybe. But photography is my passion :)


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