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Minoring in Music?

Alix12Alix12 Registered User Posts: 29 New Member
edited February 2010 in Music Major
I would love to minor in music in college but I dont know if I have enough experience to handle it. I would love to hear some imput on what it takes to be a music minor. I am not going to a school where the music program is super competitive.
Here is a little of my background. I would love to hear your input on whether or not you think I could handle it.
I am a self taught guitarist (with a little help from my dad) and have been playing for 6 years now. I can read tabs and chords and can pick up songs by ear or by seeing them being played. I was in chorus when I was in middle school and could read sheet music but it has been so long so I don't really remember much. I know a few songs on piano but I am not that great at it.
Thanks for your input! :)
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