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uncle duke wrote at 2013-05-08 01:20:35
What you need to do is to find at least one player in your area that considers himself a "shreddar" type of player. One who knows he good but remains humble is who your looking for. When you get to know the player or players well enough start pecking him/them for any guitar playing tips you can get. You'll find out soon enough if you want to be a player or not. If you are learning acoustic or you're a female player obviously the above method may not be for you. But if electric is what you're playing and you're not sure if you can make time to get better, finding a better player like mentioned above will help with your dedication issues. You are your own worst enemy here. Good luck.

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