I have been having a lot of fun relearning how to play guitar. I learning it from a different angle than I learned the first. When I first learn, I took lessons, and learned scales, and was learning complex songs by Yngwie Malmsteen, and Van Halen and stuff like that. I leaned a lot of scales, modes, licks, and how to solos, and stuff like that. This time, I focusing more on the rhythm parts. I have taken to playing along with songs. I have played along with some of my CDs, or concert DVDs. But more often, I bring up the music video on YouTube and play along with that. I also look up the tabs on the web to help me figure out the song. Some of the songs I have been learning, and playing along to are Highway To Hell by AC/DC, Wish You Were Here by Pink Floyd, Merry Christmas From The Family by Robert Earl Keen, Rocky Mountain Way by Joe Walsh. One of the first and simplest ones I learned was Ocean Man by Ween which is only 3 chords in the whole song. Very simple, but fun to play. The song I am working on now is Money For Nothing by Dire Straights. I had learned it years ago from a tab transcription in a magazine. But I have had to relearn it. But it has been fun to crank up the song on YouTube, and play along with it. I am slowly getting better.