Learning To Play New Guitars With Medium Gauge Celluloid Guitar Picks In A Gorgeous Velvet Pouch
Guitars have been a huge part of our lives in our house. You would never know it since I can’t quite remember how to play – my lessons ended approximately 20 years ago. At that point I switched to piano. My two oldest sons took guitar lessons with me – the oldest is now a totally awesome guitarist. I still love listening to him sing and play.
And now the youngest two children have their own guitars and want to learn to play. Sephora already takes piano with me and also plays a recorder at school. It won’t be a huge leap for her to learn to play guitar. Sadly, I will have to pay for more lessons since my son Bill is 1200 miles away. Too bad – he would be a great instructor for them.
For now Anthony will just play around on his at home. He is not “into” the whole lesson thing. Maybe someday but right now he would rather just strum any way he feels like it. But he has an awesome guitar for whenever he chooses to have lessons.
And what better way to get started than with these awesome medium gauge Celluloid Guitar Picks with their own velvet pouch.
These picks are high quality and geared towards the professional guitarist yet they are easy for a beginner to use. The pack comes with 10 picks and are so versatile they can be used with classical, acoustic, bass and electric guitars as well as with a mandolin, banjo or ukelele.
So yes, I can use them with all my babies without a problem – and so can the kids with their electric guitars.
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