Learning The Guitar

Chords, Major, Minors,
Flats, Sharps, etc
And these are just beginning ideas.

Then come to the words called "lyrics".
Rhyming or even blank verse
But always deep emotions expressed.

Buy, borrowing or "steal" an instrument!
Acoustic is good, even a small size is good.
Don't fall into the trap of electric steel at first.

 Good sources for an instrument, Amazon online,
Or a friend or family member.
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