== == if i were you i would learn some chords and some melodys i would recommend the A-team 118 really easy to learn and fun to play if you have difficultys go to www.scampsmusic.com it has games on there to help you learn the basic methods to playing the guitar Recommended!! The 1st thing you should do is take lessons, if your teacher is nice they will provide you with a bass, and then you can see if you like it or not, next if its something you want to do, look for a bass starter pack they will not cost to much and will get you going until you need the professional stuff.
Ok, the real first thing is not necessarily lessons. The bass is a relatively easy instrument to just pick up and learn. Buy a bass. A used one can cost from $30 to $300. Bass packs give you everything you need to get started though. If you don't want to cough up some cash for lessons, start by learning the four open strings (the lowest four on the guitar: [highest to lowest] 1=G, 2=D, 3=A, 4=E). Keep in mind, each fret is a half step higher than the last. Learn to read music, if you don't know already. Buy a bass book. This will cost $30.00 at most. Read through it a couple of times, get familiar with your bass, and find some good music. Just remember that any instrument takes time to master, so practice! **EDIT** -- Although I said you should learn to read music, tabs are probably more useful to learn if you wish to persue the bass for a rock band. I reiterate that lessons are completely unnecessary. I started plaing bass this year and if you are just starting, which you are probably not, try play only the beginner scale, my favourite.... London Bridges, its the easiest song i know...but i know more!
Smoke on the Water, it's really easy.
There are many different songs that the beginner guitar player can learn. The most important thing to remember when beginning to play a new instrument is to practice. Many people who are just starting to learn to play the guitar will pick popular songs to learn, this is not always the best idea. It is best to start with easy to play songs that do not have complicated chords, such as, "Sister Golden Hair" by the band America or "Cat's In The Cradle" by the artist Harry Chapin.
Introducing me is quite an easy song to play on the Guitar with guitar chords! I hope this helps x
paint it Black is easy to learn and is fun
Vigil by Lamb of God is fairly easy, the fast part just takes a little bit of practice. Countdown to Extinction by Megadeth is pretty easy as well.
Learning how to play guitar tabs is one of the first steps as a beginner guitar player. Guitar Tabs are the fastest way to <span style="color: #0000ff;"><a href="http://www.easysongstoplayonguitarforbeginners.com"><span style="color: #0000ff;">learn to play a familiar song</span></a></span>, solo and particular guitar lick. Since most of us learn guitar so that we can play our favorite songs it makes sense that beginners are often eager to pick up this skill.
Most guitarists will tell you the easiest songs to learn are three chord songs. Barre chords are much harder for beginners to learn to play than open chords.
green day- time of your life (good riddance) Marilyn Manson- s weet dreams
There are a lot of books that contain easy songs to play on guitar. For example 'Absolute beginners guitar songbook' and 'Acoustic - easy guitar with notes and tab'.
Come Together is an easy song to learn on guitar.
The Epiphone DR-100 Acoustic Guitar is a good guitar for a beginner. It is priced at an affordable amount and is comfortable to hold while learning. The frets are easy to navigate as well.
Actually, any guitar is good to learn on. Although the smaller the neck on the guitar, the easier it is to play or learn on.
A beginner ukulele player can find easy songs to play on a ukulele in ukulele playing guides that can be purchased at the local music store or book store, or by asking a ukulele teacher.
www.zentao.com/guitar/tab/ This site is a great way to learn guitar if you are just starting out. It teaches you how to read tablature or more commonly known as guitar tabs. Once you figured out how to read tabs learning the songs you want should be relatively easy in this format.
for guitar visit ultimate-guitar.com and search a day to remember the site has excellent tabs
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it takes a few weeks for your fingers to get used to the guitar, and for your fingertips to create calluses. It takes a month to learn a few beginner songs, and once you spend 2 or more months playing the guitar 4 or 5 times a week when your bored, you can play for the rest of your life. So don't give up! its worth it, and it gets so easy after the first year! its like sucking dick! good luck stranger :)
The first song I learned on guitar was Don't Cry by Guns N' Roses. It's prety easy if you practice slowly. You can basically play anything if you practice very slowly and consistently, and if you practice your scales- practicing scales is a must. i am 14 and i can play sweet child o mine and one (metallica) and a bunch of stuff. i taught myself to play tab. tab is the easiest way to play for a beginner. but i suggest learning tab then try smoke on the water. http://www.guitaretab.com/d/deep-purple/4950.html
Ollies are the first move for a beginner to learn in snowboarding. They form the basis for many of the more advanced tricks that can be learned later.
Some easy songs are like Justin Bieber's slow soong would be perfect (not that perfect but its ok)
Smoke on the water
"Blind" "Coming Undone"
Based upon your musical choices, I'd say that a guitar is probably not the best instrument for you.
Get nylon strings if you are a beginner. They have a soft, mellow tone and are easy on the fingers.
There are several different karaoke songs that are easy for beginners to sing. Some of these songs include Don't Stop Believing (Journey), Sweet Home Alabama, and Wannabe (Spice Girls).