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Am I well equipped enough for intermediate songs?
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I wouldn’t get too caught up on whether a song is intermediate, advanced or even beginner. I’ve found that some of the advanced songs are easier than the intermediate. For example, when Ben did Jazzy Joy to the World (advanced guitar version), I liked it so much, I just went for it and wouldn’t give up. It was intimidating to listen to and watch him play, but when you break a song down and work on a little bit at a time, it will come. It turned out easier than I thought although I have a long way to go before it sounds as good as Ben. Then on the other hand, I’ve worked on “Grandfather’s Clock” and “Leaning on the Everlasting Arms” (both intermediate guitar versions) just as much and there’s places on both of those songs I’m stuck on and can’t seem to get past.
So I agree with Mike, go for it, mix it up a little and work on some easier stuff as well. It’s good to work on more than one thing at a time. It keeps you from getting burnt out, it gives more variety to learn which in turn causes you to learn more licks, phrases, scales, etc, which in turn makes it easier to learn something specific when that time comes, which in turn makes you a better player and will allow you to learn things quicker. Shewww, I’m out of breath. Hope that helps!