This is the statement I hear so regularly from people when they talk about guitar.
The truth is that the guitar is a surprisingly easy instrument to learn, and it can accommodate a huge range of skill and talent. From total beginner, to Django Reinhardt (Jazz), John Williams, Julian Bream or Andres Segovia (Classical), Eric Clapton or B.B. King (Blues), Bob Dylan or Chet Atkins (Folk), Jimi Hendrix or Eddie Van Halen (Rock) there is a HUGE range of styles and techniques in playing guitar.
I am NOWHERE near the standard of the guitarists listed above, but I can give a few initial lessons and pointers if you’re interested in playing an acoustic guitar and playing and singing songs for your own enjoyment.
In your very first lesson you can learn enough to strum the chords to a simple song, then all that remains is to practice the chords and strumming and we will be jamming and singing together the next time we meet! As you progress, we can introduce more chords, more technique, and you’ll be playing and singing Ed Sheeran songs in no time at all!
With practice and application – the sky is the limit as to what you can learn and how far you can progress – it’s all down to you!
Why not give it a try?