ur BIGGEST REGRET IN GUITARING context!!

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  1. vini

    vini Repeat Offender

    GuYs..!! what do u think is ur biggest Regret in the context of learning or playing GUITAR!!!

    lets share this what makes every1 fret and yowl about..what u should have done or shouldnt have done in ur guitaring??????


    :::::> my regret is that i started learning guitar way way way too late...and now im too bz wid other things also...i shud've ideally started in my schooling age or say abt 15-16 yrs. old...i feel at that age kids have more grasping power and by the time they cross their 20s..they have a gud expertise and become pros!!...unfortunately this couldnt materialize wid me :annoyed:

    ur turn guys! :p:


    tahda!!
     
  2. cYpHeR

    cYpHeR Banned

    same here.....i feel i shud hav started loooong back.....now im too busy wid ma jobs tht i hardly get ne tim to practice.....even on weekends its really tough...
     
  3. DesiPride143

    DesiPride143 BEHAVE!

    no regretsssssss!!!!!!!!
     
  4. nebuchadnezzar

    nebuchadnezzar G34r G33k

    Same as vini and cypher....started too late..neways theres my whole life ahead to keep learning..:)
     
  5. thecoolone

    thecoolone Judas Priest My Guide



    hey vini, its the same thing with me, but i want to say one thing.
    Its the way u look at it, (i,e glass as half full or half empty)
    even though we have taken up guitar too late there is a reason for that and atleast we are makin an effort to learn guitar even at 20 and not just sittin and say "damm it i shld have done it when i was 14-15, now i cant/wont do it"
    Get up ur a^ss and work hard nothin is impossible
     
  6. Nanda

    Nanda Bassist

    Started some 3 yrs back...... Played it with intrest for first 3 months...... then totally left it..... after some 2yrs played it properly for another year........ Now agai9n losing intrest..... Atleast the time coz... when i get back from work its 10 and i leave at 8 in morning.....

    Guess i shouldn't have give those breaks ..... And bought a desent guitar ...... I started with my frnds guitar..... then borrowed guitars from 2 more ppl till they took it back...... Even now i have a borrowed guitar......

    Money was a great regret...... the rich buggers who wanted to show off and not learn had guitars ... I couldnt afford one.......

    I should have consulted someone while learning..... i guess i would have been much better..
    Another regret no access to personal system where i could learn things.......
     
  7. thecoolone

    thecoolone Judas Priest My Guide

    @nanda its never too late u know !!
     
  8. ajax_ds

    ajax_ds STRIDER

    crap ....it's the same with me... started learning at 21... but i guess it's never too late
     
  9. RAKESH_GITS_FAN

    RAKESH_GITS_FAN : <img src="http://www.indianguitartabs.com/images

    :aggre: :aggre: yeah ur right i agree :aggre: :aggre:
     
  10. light_of_erindi

    light_of_erindi New Member

    no regrets...for the age... cause i started around 17...:)...now after 4 years i think i have become quite capable...

    But I really wish i knew the music theory... that wud have made me progress even faster...:)
     
  11. golisoda

    golisoda Comfortably Numb

    I literally fought with my parents for taking classses back in India... started picking up but then had to move to US for my masters....Damn just left my old guitar in India then never touched, practised guitar for two years. Then later on I saw IGT online which rekindled my interest in guitar. Late to start (in late teens) and then left it 2 years...Big Big mistake....i'll regret my whole life....

    No money when I had interest....now have the money but no time....I dont know when I could justify myself with guitar playing. I share the same story of any guy from middle class family.
     
  12. somendra_guitar

    somendra_guitar New Member

    No Regretsssss
    (me Too)
     
  13. dharmatma

    dharmatma Banned

    i regret pickin up guitar.

    i should have picked up someother instrument.
    drums,violin or sax maybe.
     
  14. death_metal_fan

    death_metal_fan oh goody, it's a woody!

    Major respect to you sir. I think the guitar is a waste of time too. I wanted to learn how to play sitar.
     
  15. dharmatma

    dharmatma Banned

    ^^heh..now was that a sarcastic comment?

    well i still love playin guitar though..
    but ahh..the sax and violin tone is just awesome.
    i checked out steve smith(jazz drummer) and was completely blown away.
    so fluid and so trippy.
    awesome stuff.
     
  16. vini

    vini Repeat Offender

    sitar???? i guess it was a sarcy remark only....but hello.o.ooo...sitar?? ha :)

    tahda!!
     
  17. Alfons

    Alfons C.F.H

    i regreted buyin an acoustic cause after my electric came itz just eating dust

    dont hav a regret for the age
    i started at 11
     
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  18. dennis

    dennis The Bhangra King

    when i started out i wasted time learning songs...had i spent my time in a focussed manner with the metro. rather than just noodling arnd i wud have been better
     
  19. wisevijay

    wisevijay newbombayrox

    i just regret that i started learnin when i was in 9th std....so had 2 take a break of abt 3 months when i was in 10th n at that point if i would have practiced more i wolud be a better player than waht i m now.....other that this no regrets....i still love playin my guitar....
     
  20. amit82cse

    amit82cse Silent observeR

    can not make guitar my profession:((
     

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