How to Play Guitar Like a Rockstar

Learning to play guitar can be easy and fun. Forget about reading boring instruction books that teach you how to play songs your grandparents listened to. Forget about having to go to a guitar instructor and playing boring scales, chords, and God knows what.

Instead, there's a much easier way. And best of all, you don't have to pay a ton of money. Conservatively estimating, most people will spend close to $600 to $1000 or more for a year's worth of guitar lessons with a private instructor. (That's about $20 a half hour lesson once a week)

For that money, you can buy yourself a nice Washburn, Fender, or whatever the case may be. There are many ways to learn to play guitar like a rock star. Basically, there are only two choices. You can do it the long and hard way. (You'll be able to pat yourself on the back after years of blood, sweat and tears)

Or, you can do it the easy, fast and fun way. (You'll be able to shock and amaze your friends and family) The choice is up to you.

Without a doubt, any professional guitar player will tell you that there is a code to crack the path to playing guitar. That code consists of knowing and understanding the basic guitar scales. These are as follows:

1. Ionian
2. Locrian
3. Lydian
4. Myxolidian
5. Phrygian
6. Aeolian

Once you learn these scales like the back of your hand, you'll literally be able to pick out the notes from most songs you hear on the radio or TV. Just think of the look on your friends' faces as you suddenly begin to be able to play not just your favorite tune, but THEIR favorite tune.

Imagine being the life of a party with everyone asking how in the world you learned to play so good and so fast?

Want to impress that special guy or lady? Simply pull out your guitar and work your magic. Or if you're an amateur guitarist and you already know how to play some cool songs, you probably have had to deal with long boring exercises.

Think about where you are right now in your guitar playing journey. Are you satisfied with that? What would you feel like if 5 or 10 years from now you're still at the same point you're at now. The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again, but expecting different results. If you don't do something different, you'll be stuck at the same level you're at now.

It's that simple. Of course, playing guitar involves a lot more, and that's why you'd do well to search for a solid guitar playing course that will not only teach you but also that makes it fun and easy for you to learn.

But searching for the right course can be harder than parting the Red Sea. Why? Because most courses are designed for you to study, instead for you to start playing right away. Who wants to have their nose stuck in a book instead of playing their guitar?