What Is A Talent You Wish You Had?

I really wish I could play the guitar as well as, if not as good as my fav guitarists, as good as some of the Youtube or Instagram guitarists I see on a regular basis. I had taken some lessons when I was 12 years old. I picked up the music bug, the rock music bug in particular when I was 10 and really started getting to bands and musicians when I was 11.

The tutor was a tyrant and rude and obnoxious and we couldnā€™t wait to get out of there after the hour was up. I therefore quit wanting to learn as I hated the guy who taught us. A bad teacher can sour things up for you, even your passion. I wish I had stuck through with it or gone elsewhere. But I wish I had because, not just that it is cool & I love music, there are some other benefits to learning to play guitar:

  • Improves your discipline skills.Ā Learning how to be disciplined is one of the most consistent benefits of playing guitar. You need to practice. Becoming strict with yourself is a valuable skill that can be applied to all areas of life.
  • Increases your creativity.Ā Being adaptable and creative are excellent skills that you can utilize as both a musician and in your professional life.
  • Broaden your horizons.Ā One of the best reasons toĀ play guitarĀ is to help expand your knowledge of music, and you will better understand the music you love.
  • Sharpens your concentration.Ā Research has shown that one of the health benefits of playing guitar is that it improves concentration.
  • Creates therapeutic experiences.Ā Guitar playing can be a very calming experience. If you are looking to relax and be productive, you shouldĀ start learning the guitar.
  • Learning guitarĀ introduces you to new people. There is a fantastic social element to guitar playing, and you will probably meet many new people if you start playing guitar in public.
  • Helps with confidence.Ā One of the key benefits of playing guitar is that you will become more confident as you progress and become more skilled.
  • Introduces a new way to communicate.Ā Being able to express yourself through your guitar playing should be an exciting experience for any beginner.
  • Improves your memory.Ā One of the benefits of playing guitar on the brain is that by practicing over and over again, you can improve your memory
  • Boost your multitasking skills.Ā Another benefit of playing guitar on the brain is that it increases your ability to multitask. As a guitarist, you will have to read music, play your instrument, and pay attention to other musicians all at the same time.
  • Improves your dexterity.Ā The intricate plucking, picking, and strumming techniques you will learn will improve your coordination and dexterity.


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