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Am I Too Old To Learn Guitar?
You've decided to take a new direction in your life. And it's a nice one -- you want to be the next Pete
Townsend. But most people who listen to guitar music anymore don't even know who that is. Their idea
of guitar playing is picking up a copy of Guitar Hero and playing the newest Avenged Sevenfold song.
Before we start, let me tell you a story. Two guys in my area were talking about doing Tae Kwon Do. One
said "I'm too old for this." while the other one was training 5 days a week to test for black belt. The man
who said he was too old was 29 years old. The man who was doing it was 32. What was the difference?
"Too old" didn't exist in the mind of the 32-year old as he smashed a brick with his hands and handled 2-
on-1 sparring. What does this have to do with guitar playing? Guitar playing, like Tae Kwon Do, is a
Age is a factor in learning new things, but it is well shadowed by this passion. If you're dedicated enough
to learning to play the axe, then why not? Look at how old the Rolling Stones are and they're still
touring. The first thing you should do is look for local music shops and try to get your equipment
explaining your budget and goals.
Next, look into learning how to play it. Hands on lessons are the best way to do it, but there's no reason
you can't be self-taught. If you can't afford it, look into books, DVD's, online guides or even visit web
sites that have quick tutorials, and then start playing. What happens if you make a mistake? Well, no
one's perfect. Don't say "Well, I'm old so my fingers will slip". No, that's not necessarily the case.
Everyone makes mistakes like this early on. Just keep at it. Even