Business Insider/Nick DePaula/Nancy L. Hernández Business Insider / Nick DePaulas/Nathan Schoenberg The first step is learning how to sing.
But a more practical goal is to find a way to make money doing so.
This week’s Business Insider podcast: What if I told you you could earn money doing it?
How do you get started?
Here’s what you need to know about it. 1.
Get a guitar.
This is a huge one.
I can’t stress how important this is.
And, if you’ve never done it before, I’d suggest getting a guitar first.
The first time you play an instrument you have to understand how it works.
You can learn all you need in about 10 minutes.
The second time is much more difficult.
So you need a guitar that has a high-quality, well-balanced neck, a solid, hardwood body and a maple top.
You’ll need to spend about $2,000 to buy a good one.
You won’t get much out of it.
That’s the thing about guitars: You’re buying them because they’re cheap.
You have no idea what you’re going to get.
Get into it.
I’m a big fan of solo guitar playing.
I also enjoy playing jazz.
You’re going through this phase of learning how instruments sound and feeling that, for better or worse, will come with time.
The other day I was on a trip and had an opportunity to try out a bass guitar.
The sound was very satisfying.
I was amazed.
And when you play a bass you want to make sure you’re really, really into it and not trying to play the notes you’ve learned to play on your guitar.
You’ve got to really get into the rhythm and feel that you can play something really good.
Learn a few chords.
As a guitarist, you can learn a few chord shapes, but the real challenge is learning them all.
If you want your first job out of college, you need these chords.
And that’s not an easy thing to learn.
And I’ve heard a lot of people say, “Well, I can learn these chords in my spare time, so I can figure them out later.”
It’s a lot harder than that.
So the real question is, “What do I need to do to learn these songs, and what do I want to learn them?”
The answer to that question is very different for every individual.
It depends on what kind of instrument you’re playing.
For me, it’s a little more about learning the chords that are easy to play.
You just have to learn how to play them correctly, with your eyes closed and listening for the notes.
If your eyes are open, you’ll learn those chords really easily.
But for me, I want it to be as clear and as easy as possible.
So if I want my first job, it needs to be the same way.
And the more time you put into learning these chords, the more you’ll be able to play with the instruments you’re working on. 4.
Learn to improvise.
A lot of guitar players think they’re just learning chords.
But they’re not.
There are a lot more chords to learn than you’d think.
If I have a guitar, for example, I have to memorize about 150 chords.
I have about 200 of them.
You should also learn how the fretboard looks.
If someone taught me how to build a bass, I might build up to 300 of those frets.
If they taught me to play a guitar solo, I could build up from maybe four to about six.
And it’s not always easy.
I’ve learned that I can really play the same chords as a rock singer and a guitar player and not have a problem.
The more you learn, the better you’ll play.
But it doesn’t have to be that way.
It could be that you’re just playing the right notes on a guitar and not really learning the notes at all.
That is going to be a lot easier for you to get on your feet if you can improvise with your fingers.
Get to know your audience.
There’s a huge amount of guitarists who have never played before, and they don’t want to.
They don’t know how to approach a show.
They’re just a newbie to the world.
And they have no way of connecting with the audience.
You know, when I first started playing, I would do a few rehearsals, then one show.
Then I would get on stage and sing.
Now, there’s a whole audience out there, and I’ve got the chance to make people smile, too.
But you have a chance to connect with the people that are watching you.
So, you want a show that’s engaging and gives them something to say.
You want something that you have the potential to become popular with. 6