“Enthusiasm is everything. It must be taught and vibrating like a guitar string” – Pele
There was a time, when the ability to play guitar or any musical instrument, as a matter of fact, was considered an essential part of an individual’s basic education. But by 2000s, electronic diversions like music-playback machines and video games like Guitar Hero and Rock Band series made the effort of mastering an actual musical instrument somewhat less appealing. But even today, there are more than 100 million musicians in the US which is a very good number.
So, why is that we have diverted ourselves from the real music and entered in a word of virtual music. Well if you are thinking about it then you are not alone. And if you were the one who looked to learn guitar but could not because of various reasons, then again you are not alone.
When it comes to learning guitar, there are much more students out there looking specifically for guitar lessons rather than any other musical instrument lessons. Orchestra and band continue to be the things that kids get involved in during high school, while pop music instruments especially guitar continues to be the dominant thing in American culture.
So, do not pause to take up your guitar. Listening to the music is a great feeling but playing one is even better. Create music and the joy you feel will be priceless. Learn it, play it and in no time the guitar will become your best friend.
We at Guitar Confidence will help you play your favorite musical instrument ‘Guitar’. We provide private in – home guitar, bass guitar, ukulele, banjo and mandolin lessons throughout the East Bay including: Benicia, Berkeley, Clayton, Concord, Crocket, Danville, Dublin, Fairfield, Hercules, Lafayette, Livermore, Martinez, Moraga, Orinda, Pleasant Hill, Pleasanton, San Ramon, Vallejo, & Walnut Creek, CA. Call Guitar Confidence at (925) 695-7060 or visit our site for more information on guitar lessons.
And the best part is your first guitar lesson will be on us, i.e. it will be absolutely FREE! So, hurry and be a part of the musical world.