Good to hear that you've progressed so well. Don't stop, however! Right now, you're strumming to songs you hear on your CDs, and probably know a few progressions. From here, you can advance your knowledge by learning chord structure, root notes on your fret board, and may be fingerpicking. What about Dim, Sus, or Add chords? Also, do you read tabs? These things can help you progress to a more complete player. If you ever get bored, then learn some Pantatonic or Blues Scales.
Nonethelesss, good luck and keep on playing!
<table border="0" align="center" width="90%" cellpadding="3" cellspacing="1"><tr><td class="SmallText"><b>fullpana wrote on Sat, 17 March 2007 20:53</b></td></tr><tr><td class="quote">
Hello, im new to the forums, so hello to all.
I've been playing acoustic and guitar overall for 4 months, self taught with advice from friends, I play on a daily basis since im addicted to it. I can now play songs like Romanze and strumming songs like all the Neutral Milk Hotel ones easily. The thing is that now I need to keep improving my technique, I can play lots of chords and the F or B's are no problem for me, what should I do? I dont just want to keep on learning other easy songs, I need something that will allow me to play much much harder stuff.
Thanks for the help.