Start with an inexpensive electric guitar, or some acoustic guitar if you own one.
If you’re not used to playing electric, consider an electric bass, or some acoustic bass guitars.
Try to get a good pair of acoustic guitar strings, at least 3 in a set—a 9-string and a 12-string at either end. (Note: I recommend stringing in a 3-note pattern by sliding 1-handed over the two ends of the guitar. This will work well if you need to play fast.)
For an electric guitar, use 4 strings at once—1 bass, 1 humbucker, 1 single-coil. You can also buy guitars with just 4 strings, but it may not be very realistic.
There are guitar lessons for beginners out there if you prefer.
Do I need to play the notes? Can I skip over a chord?
You need a good ear and good technique to play the piano or any other traditional instrument properly.
The notes in a guitar chord chart are pretty good to listen to, but the intervals between them can give you trouble. They’re a little more difficult to hear as a bar chord, which helps create melodic interweaving in your songs.
For a beginner guitar player, the “perfect” interval is the 5th (2nd), which can be either high or low. And the “soft-closing” interval is the 2nd, usually a F#.
The fretboard will often be a little flat due to your playing technique, and some songs are too long and complex for you to play all the chords at once. You can go back and try to get better at the chord chart later.
You can also skip a chord. This is usually a good idea if you can hear a riff or instrumental section that you want to focus on with a different chord progression.
If you learn a new guitar solo on your own, don’t worry if you don’t use the fingering of your guitar, you’ll eventually come to rely on it.
If you’re looking for a guitar lesson, visit my page “How to Study Guitar.”
If you’ve studied music for years, you’ll have a pretty good feel for which notes make up a chord, and the intervals between them, but without a good soloing technique or guitar theory textbook, you’ll not be able to play along and get better at it.
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