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Lalith

How much time it would take for a beginner to complete the L&M Fingerstyle guitar course

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Hello Everyone🙋‍♂️

Considering myself as a beginner how much time it would take to complete the L&M fingerstyle course if I spend 3-4 hours per day and how much time it would actually take to learn fingerstyle. 

Thankyou guys in advance!!🙏🤗🤗

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Tricky.

The finger style course was an add-on course to expand into the finger style once you've hit Sesson 10 in the main Learn and Master Guitar course. 

It expects you to know the barre chords besides the basic chords and some theory taught in the early main LMG course. 

Do yourself a favor. buy the "main" Learn and Master Guitar Course.

(P.s. many of the regulars might not post this week as 70 execited guitar players are headed to Nashville this week for Steve's Guitar Gathering. 2019. )

 

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I agree with Doug. All but impossible to say. It depends on what you want to learn, how proficient you want to be, if you have other instruction, and so on. My advice as a guitar student and retired educator is: forget about "how long". It will take as long as it takes, and that varies a lot with individuals. Focus on the process, not the product. It's a long, endless road  in seeking mastery. Enjoy the steps.

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I started with the fingerstyle course and found that as a beginner, the course material was way too advanced for me. I then purchased the main Learn and Master Guitar course and set the fingerstyle course aside until I reached session 10. As you can see from my signature, I still have not progressed very far on the fingerstyle course! 🙂

Good luck!

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You definitely need the skills the main L&M Guitar course teaches you. Technically you can use fingerstyle for everything you play, but you already need to know chords and scales and notes. 

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