Whether you're a novice or a seasoned professional, the guitar has a way of throwing things at you that simply make you want to smash it against a rock.
We've been there...
So to make your journey with your guitar a bit less, um, stressful, the Guitar Player staff has assembled a few remedies:
If you simply can't find the answer you are looking for on our site or across the World Wide Web, just email the editors. Start by pinging Editor in Chief Michael Molenda at firstname.lastname@example.org, and he'll pass your query onto the staff. PLEASE KEEP IN MIND that the GP editors do NOT have a rapid-response team at the ready. It may take a while for one of us to get back to you, and, sadly, we can't promise that we'll be able to answer ALL questions.
Click For Knowledge
Okay. We get it if you don't want to wait for us to answer your question. You're mad and in a hurry. Well, try clicking to our "All About..." section here. We have a number of topics already online and ready to (hopefully) calm your nerves.
We do. Want some inspiration? Looking for a new approach to an old habit? We have some pros on hand to help if you click here.
Lessons That Shouldn't Scare You
The lessons in the Guitar Player print magazine are often focused toward intermediate or near-expert level, and we know they can be daunting to novices. But we've curated some great "learn a lick" videos and our own beginner lessons here. Have fun!