The most common question I get asked when I speak at events for the electric guitar is, “What is the best guitar to learn?” This question is so common because the answer is “both”. So let’s talk about that for a minute. The best guitar to learn doesn’t actually exist. This isn’t because of any limitation of the guitar being a good instrument to learn.
The best guitar to learn is a guitar that can play with other guitars and chords, because these are the perfect instruments to learn a lot on. Because it has to be able to play with other guitars and chords, it has to be the best. These are the best guitars to learn because they are the only ones that can.
Well, thats just a little bit of an overly optimistic, lazy, and overly broad statement. In reality, the best guitar to learn is the one that has to play with the best guitar and chords. In reality, the best guitar to learn is the one that has to play with the best guitar and chords. Because it is the best.
The thing is, for each guitar, there are a lot of guitars. I mean, I could go on and on about guitars, but there’s really only so much I can say. So I’ll just do a quick list of the guitars that we have.
The primary guitar in our case is the Gibson ES335. It’s one of the best guitars out there. It’s also one of the cheapest. The only reason it’s not on this list is because it doesn’t have any of the signature sounds we’re used to.
Thats kind of why I think a lot of guitar players have a problem when they try to play the guitar like a banjo or a guitar that makes a lot of sounds. They get all choked up to play like a banjo, and get freaked out if they do something that might get them choked up. I mean, you don’t want to be a guitarist that gets freaked out by the guitar that they are playing.
I have to agree with Jason. I think it’s safe to say that you should never ever play a guitar that makes a lot of sounds, or you will always end up in a fight, or in a fight with someone that will end up choking you, or in a room where you will end up choking someone.
I’m not sure that they will ever be as fun as a banjo. I think that they will probably be more of a mix of banjo and guitar (I think a banshee will be a good variation, but I am not sure). I think that you will not get as much of a bang out of playing a guitar as you will with a banjo. And you will probably get more of a bang out of playing a guitar than you will with a banjo.
That’s kind of a generalization, so I’ll just say that if you like guitar, you will probably enjoy playing a banshee. It’s a lot more fun playing a banjo than playing a guitar.