Most people, myself included, feel that guitar just like alhambra guitars is the easiest instrument to learn, but one of the hardest to master.
But once you get the hang of it, you can play a lot of songs, mainly because most songs aren’t actually that hard to play – you just gotta have the basic skillset first, then everything follows.
It’s just normal when you start playing, that you are gonna sound a little awful, or awkward to the point where you feel like you cannot play a single song.
In the case of playing the guitar, you have to stick with it for at least a few months, weeks (or days, depending on how much time you devote to it) before you can play anything good.
Guitars are awesome instrument because they don’t necessarily need those complicated components to sound good. All it takes is patience and mastery.
The low cost of your first guitar and amp is one of the reasons why many people get into playing this instrument in the first place. But, not everyone makes the cut, and actually master it.
It depends on how committed you are to the skill. And how well you practice. Once you learn it, it will be like a life skill that you just don’t forget, even when time passes by. I got inspired to learn this because of my brother Ronn (in the above photo), and like I said, I may not have the luxury of time to practice, but when I do get a chance, it all just comes back to me.