So there are I am, watching TV and all of a sudden Josh comes to me asking what would I think of him if he starts learning how to play a guitar. This came as a shocker to me, but he looked so passionate about it, he brought his laptop to me and started talking how wants an acoustic guitar and why it is better than an electric one and so on. Frankly, I did not care at all, but I was happy to see him doing something that makes him feel good.
It did not stop there, he wanted me to participate in the decision process and help him pick a beginner acoustic guitar. What do I know about guitars??? He headed over to a website called GuitarFella.com and wanted me to start reading all the generic information that was put there about the different types of guitars. After a while we ended up in the beginnig chart and we decided that we do not want to spend more than $300 on his potential new hobby. He then started rambling about some terms that I herd for the first time in my life like “tonewoods”, “headstock”, “pickups” and so on. At this point I realized it does not even matter what I think or what I do, all he wants is to have someone listening to him. I kept watching my fashion show, he kept introducing me into the guitar world.
After 3 hours, I was in the bed, tired of the long day, and he was right next to me still talking about his new acoustic guitar that he just ordered, how he can’t wait for it to arrive, how he plans to start learning with some online lessons and he even plans to play infront of his friends once he gets “really good at it”.
When I woke up I had to find a video that will express my feelings and this is what I found:
Have a good laugh, and have a good day!