Are guitar lessons worth it?

I would say Yes. I am learning so fast, I am going to forget that there is a class that needs a guitarist instructor, let alone a guitar instruction. I hope that this blog post makes you realize that guitar lessons really is an investment in your own ability. Not only will it pay off in the long run with better, more experienced players, but it is a long term investment, one that is going to pay off over a lifetime.

So my question to you is, do you have the confidence to learn a guitar for yourself? Do you have the knowledge to do so? Now is the time that you start learning guitar lessons!

If you are interested in learning how to play guitar without any gear, then let’s do it together. Let’s write a website about learning guitar without any gear. Let’s do some courses about it. A website is your tool of choice for this. We’ll see how it goes.

If you like this post then you might also be interested in reading about how guitar lessons helped me.
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(Editor’s Note: I first wrote about this event on April 7, 2017, a day after this story was posted on the news.

In this story posted at 3:40 p.m. ET on July 14, 2016, the FBI arrested 19-year-old Austin Hooper at the University of Colorado–Denver on charges of violating his release order and assault. He was released from jail a short time later.

According to court documents, police found two firearms and an assault weapon — all legally owned — in the bedroom of Hooper’s dorm room at the University of Colorado–Denver.

After Hooper told the officers he had been threatened by people he believed to be affiliated with the white nationalist organization “The Order,” a search of his dorm room turned up an article on the white nationalist website Stormfront.

The article had a photograph of a gun and a statement about the imminent presence of law enforcement. Hooper said he posted the image because it depicted how law enforcement authorities had threatened his loved ones.

In court documents, he said, “I posted the picture because it shows police officers threatening my family’s safety. This is why I posted the picture. They are now trying to intimidate other innocent people like me.”

He went on: “No other group — white, black, or brown — has been threatened this way; they have never been. It will not stop until they do.”

He said,