THE HUNT ADKINS
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CLOSING THE LOOP ON LONELINESS
BECOME THE NEXT HENDRIX IN ONE AFTERNOONPatrick Hunt, founder of Hunt Adkins, doesn’t have a lot of those, “I wish I would have…” moments. He’s had a wide variety of life experiences because he didn’t “wish,” he “did.”One of the ones he hears constantly is, “I wish I would have learned how to play guitar.” That one is an eye roller for him because it’s not like, “I wish I would have been an astronaut," or, “I wish I would have I would have traveled the world for a decade.”It’s just a guitar. It’s not life or death. It’s not going to add risk to your career. It's just going to take an instrument, a commitment and a little time.
Here’s how you do it:
1. Buy an inexpensive guitar. Here’s one.
2. Buy a Neil Young tab book. Here’s one.
Many of Neil Young's songs consist of three or four easy chords. You can be playing songs in 30 minutes.
3. Grab a beverage of choice, a comfortable chair and a Saturday afternoon and by Saturday evening, you will have learned how to play guitar.