Learning guitar is something that most of us want to do at some point.
Whether you want to be able to play the chords to your favorite song in your own room or perform with a band on stage, you’ve probably thought about learning to play guitar.
While it seems simple enough on the surface, guitar can be a complicated instrument to learn on your own.
An overflow of free lessons and conflicting information on the internet can make it even trickier.
If you want to learn to play guitar, your best bet is to take some guitar lessons with a good teacher.
Lessons with a great guitar teacher will give you a range of benefits while helping you become a much better guitar player than you could if you tried to learn on your own.
Accessories are the little "extras" that every guitar player needs to buy at some point.
Guitar accessories can range from essential to your ability to play the guitar, to making it easier to take care of your instrument, to giving you different ways to make sound with your guitar.
Below is a list of accessories that I recommend to my students when they ask about strings, picks, or other accessories. Take a look, and use this guide as a starting point for your own guitar accessories.