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revised What is the best way to learn Guitar?
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comment Learning Violin Online
It's the basics that form the foundation, and I would advise you not to take any risks with that. Unlearning mistakes is not easy.
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comment What are good beginner books to follow for classical guitar (self study or otherwise) ?
+1. I do have a teacher, but he has not really laid out a structured program for me. Unfortunately, this is the best I can get right now. So yes, DVDs are helpful. I've looked at a few, including William Kanengiser's videos. But I still don't see any way around the feedback aspect - that can only come from a teacher.
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comment What are good beginner books to follow for classical guitar (self study or otherwise) ?
I did not downvote, but the answer would be helpful if you can elaborate on why you think these books are good.
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comment How do you get into “deep practice” mode?
+1 for specificity. William Kanengiser makes a similar point here - youtube.com/watch?v=D9_KojGrlDk