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Jeg er en nybegynder: er det en dårlig ting ?! - GPF DK

Jeg er en nybegynder: er det en dårlig ting ?!

Den første ting, der kommer i betragtning, når vi hører om nybegyndergitarr, er noget sjusket og ubalanceret – især hvis du er @ mellem eller avanceret niveau i musik. Og det er noget, vi ikke kan kontrollere, fordi vi ofte glemmer, at vi engang var begyndere også…
 

OG DET ER EN FEJL FORDI…

  • Først og fremmest vil ingen høre en nybegynder, der spiller guitar, fordi de vil “beskytte” sig selv fra dårlig musik … eller værre: god musik i de forkerte hænder.
  • For det andet ønsker ingen nybegynder at udføre for nogen andre end deres meget velkendte miljø, fordi… nå, se den første 🙂

Sådan får du en “loophole effect” baseret på et alvorligt beskadiget billede om virkeligheden.  
Og med denne primitive tankegang kunne vi ikke have nogen professionelle musikere på planeten.
 
Sandheden er, at det at være en nybegynder, betyder ikke, at du skal lyde alt sjusket og ud af tempo; det betyder snarere at du kan afspille simple melodier.
 
As you may notice I didn’t say easy. A tune or a lick can be easy for me, but difficult for you. When we say that something is easy or not, we are always considering our experience, our perspective about a musical piece (in this case) and, mostly, our personal skills.
 
For example, you might be tented to state that a tune is easy or not being very influenced by your personal taste in music. Very often the jazz musician says: ‘Blues is easy (cause I don’t like it)’ and, in the same way, a rock musician states: ‘Jazz is difficult (cause it’s freaking me out and I’ve never tried it)’ and so on.
 
So EASY (or difficult) defines a more subjective approach and it’s a term we cannot use as a standard in a well-built methodology.
 
In the learning process we normally follow the arrow that goes from SIMPLE to COMPLEX.
And SIMPLE is not the same with BAD or SLOPPY; nor with EASY.
 
Now SIMPLE can be both easy and hard, depending on where you’re standing on your way from SIMPLE to COMPLEX.
 
Of course, SIMPLE can sound sloppy or bad if:
 

  • you are not properly guided in your learning process
  • you don’t practice the way you should or
  • you don’t practice AT ALL

As you can see, if you are fitting any of the 4 bullets above, you most probably are that beginner that we were talking about at the top of this page. So why not DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT TODAY?