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syafiq  
8 Oct 2007 00:33 | Quote
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can anyone teach me..?
tAUG  
9 Oct 2007 05:05 | Quote
Sweden
Posts: 137
So practice, dude
Afro_Raven  
9 Oct 2007 11:15 | Quote
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tAUG says:
So practice, dude


That's probably the best thing you can do.
fade2red  
9 Oct 2007 12:54 | Quote
United States
Posts: 4
Use the lessons section here, or just search around on the web. Other than that, go with tAUG suggetion: PRACTICE!
REDSTRAT  
25 Oct 2007 05:07 | Quote
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United States
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YEAH
michaelferris  
4 Nov 2007 07:55 | Quote
Italy
Posts: 8
Why don't you contact your local music store and see if there is a teacher available? That is a good idea.
ATP  
15 Nov 2007 15:57 | Quote
United States
Posts: 3
You can just get a good lesson book at first and start out on your own. Later on, you can get a teacher if you want to learn more about technique and style...

If you're learning classical, I recommend a teacher right away, though...
Doz  
15 Nov 2007 17:36 | Quote
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I think getting a teacher will probably be a good thing no matter what. I haven't had one... but I guess that having someone show you what you need to do eliminates all that confusion and frustration from trying to find what you need to do to make progress.
tAUG  
16 Nov 2007 07:49 | Quote
Sweden
Posts: 137
That is very true.. They can also show you what to practice to improve your skills as much as possible..
KingTot  
18 Jan 2008 11:35 | Quote
Posts: 8
Dude practice i just started making up stuff and it is very fun. So just screw around some and practice other stuff that a teacher gave you or other good stuff.


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