So here is my thought.... Just got a guitar finally. I have owned them before but never really gave learning to play them an honest effort. Being a bass player a lot of 6 string mechanics are pretty foreign to me (chords, pics etc). I know myself pretty well and if I am left to my own devices I will slack off, try to skip ahead or stop actually trying all together unless there is a bit of accountability involved in the process. I know I am not alone in this and I also know I am not the only member here who actually can't play these instruments we own (some in abundance @Eddie ). So my idea is to go through the beginner guitar playlist from Justin Guitar Lessons on you tube https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLCAAA4629624F20D8 I think it would be safe to skip all the very first videos on the parts of a guitar and how to tune it etc (unless you need those) and start with the beginning 3 chords D,A and E and the one minute changes exercise. Then each post a 1 min video of their 1 minute changes. Then 7 days later another 1 minute change video etc. Then as a group we move to the next few videos when we are all feeling good with the last set (or something along those lines). All while pushing each other to actually put in the daily practice time and keep each other accountable to the process. Who is with me? I'll get a 1 min video up sometime today. I have been working on my changes all morning and am excited to actually do this finally!