I’ve been playing instruments for as long as I can remember, but never played a musical instrument.
I’m one of those people who never knew what I wanted to be when I was young, and I never really cared about learning a new instrument or picking a new style of music.
But that changed after my first guitar lesson.
When I started playing, I was obsessed.
My mom had a guitar, and my dad had a piano, and we would practice together.
It was a huge deal for me.
The guitar lessons were my first real exposure to the music I loved, and the instruments they taught me were the only things that really helped me learn the guitar.
Even though I’d never played anything other than the guitar before, it was an incredibly positive experience.
At the same time, I learned a lot about what makes a good instrument.
For example, it took me years to figure out what was important in a string, how to play a melodic pattern, and what it meant to have the right tone for an instrument.
It also gave me a huge confidence boost to play my own instrument.
It gave me the confidence to try new styles of music, and it taught me how to write lyrics.
“When I play, I’m just using my mind to create sound,” I said, and that’s the biggest lesson I learned from the instruments I played.
You don’t have to be an expert to play an instrument, but you have to practice hard.
If you play a guitar for five minutes every day, you’ll learn the basics.
As for what I love about playing instruments, I just love playing them.
I love playing music in a way that makes me feel like I’m really getting to know my instrument.
I think playing music is like an escape.
I’m always looking for the next cool riff.
I want to be able to jump out of my seat and play the next thing.
Learning to play is like learning to love yourself.
You have to learn to love your instrument.
You need to be willing to sacrifice a little bit for it.
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