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+ - SPAM: Why Should I have a Guitar Teacher When I Can Find Tablature on the Internet?

Submitted by jmiller33
jmiller33 (2770967) writes "Music is filled with legendary “self-taught” players. Really, though, the amount of great music players who are totally self-taught is much smaller than people think. For those of you who are teenagers or younger, it might be difficult to imagine, but there didn’t used to be an Internet. Back then, the best way to learn a musical instrument was to take music lessons or to learn from friends. There were music books, but many of the chords were wrong, and people would either play songs terribly or not be able to learn them at all."
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Why Should I have a Guitar Teacher When I Can Find Tablature on the Internet?

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