Re: I give up
Jack Wagner wrote:
One final thought. I would suggest
checking out getting one of those
little electric keyboards. It's much
easier to learn (at least that's
been my experience) than the guitar
and cheaper (no need to buy
strings all the time) and can
sound pretty good as a solo instrument.
You'll have different problems but
you'll never have to play a barre
chord on the keyboard. Then, who
knows, maybe in a couple years you'll
take the guitar out of the closet
and give it another go.
Assuming you're serious...I can't think of
more ridiculous advice. The guy wants to play
classical guitar, is experiencing normal growing
pains, and you suggest he shelf the guitar and
take up piano?
Oh oh oh oh yeah
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