Why Learn The Electric Guitar?

Playing Electric Guitar

The electric guitar has been around since the late ’40s, early ’50s.  Credited by people such as Les Paul, Adoph Rickenbacker & of course the one and only Mr. Leo Fender.  Known of the Fender Stratocaster.  A revolutionary design for its time.  Still among one of the most popular and copied guitars on the market today.

This new instrument was needed because the standard acoustic type of guitar was not loud enough to keep up with other instruments in a musical ensemble.  So with that being said, many guitar players and electronic wizards decided to fix the problem.  Hence what we have today, the electric guitar.

In music, the electric guitar can provide many functions.  It can be an accompanying instrument that helps provide the foundation of the rhythm along with the Bass and drums.  It can provide the harmony and direction that the music ensemble revolves around (such as in blues and rock music) and it can also be a lead instrument that provides the melody lines and guitar solos that make so many people want to learn to play it.

Learning to play the electric guitar can be a fun and exciting journey of self-discovery.  You can learn to:

Increase your mental faculties

Develop motor skills

Self-discipline and self-confidence

Improve your academic achievement.

And learn the magic and language of music

You can also make new friends playing with others or you can learn to play it for your own amusement and enjoyment.  No matter what the reason, the electric guitar can add many benefits to your well being.  That is why it is a great instrument to learn.  Not to mention all the fun you can have playing it.  And that’s what it is all about, having fun learning!

So if you need a guitar to get started, here are a couple I recommend:

Fender Stratocaster Beginner Pack

Fender Squire Player pack

Epiphone Player Pack

Epiphone Electric Guitar Player Pack

And if you already have a guitar to get started, great! Contact me today and experience the fun of playing your favorite songs on your electric guitar.  Before you know it, you’ll be impressing your friends and family with your new-found skill.