How to Become Proficient and Master Instruments in Bitlife

Check out how to become proficient as well as fully master musical instruments in Bitlife.

by Franklin Bellone Borges
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As a true life simulator, those who wish to live their dreams of becoming famous musicians in Bitlife can start doing so by learning how to play one or a set of instruments. But how can you do that? With that said, here’s how to become proficient and master musical instruments in Bitlife.

How to Learn and Become Proficient With Instruments in Bitlife

You will be able to learn how to play instruments in Bitlife by heading to Activities, Mind & Body, and then to Instruments, where you will be able to select any instrument you like from the list and then take lessons on how to play it.

After doing that, you will be able to become proficient with your instrument of choice by raising your skill tab to 80%+, a feat you can accomplish by continuously taking lessons.

Related: How to Complete The One-Person Band Challenge in Bitlife

It’s important to point out that, although as a kid you will be able to ask your parents to pay for your lessons, the responsibility will fall on you after growing up. The lessons will, in their majority, cost around 500 to 2,000 of your country’s currency.

How to Master an Instrument in Bitlife

After starting to take lessons, you will be able to master an instrument in Bitlife by raising your Skill with it to the maximum value, which will take around 10+ lessons in normal scenarios.

With that said, your character’s talent for music will also play a key role in how fast you will be able to master an instrument, as those talented will start off with a green Skill value. It’s also important to point out that even as a prodigy, it will usually take you around 5 to 10 lessons to truly master an instrument.

This guide was made while playing Bitlife on Android.

- This article was updated on August 12th, 2023

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Franklin is a writer and journalist. A video game fanatic with more than 3 years of experience, his work can also be seen on sites such as The Click, Games Atlas, and Try Hard Guides. When not writing, he is most likely making his wallet cry while playing Gacha Games or ending the reign of the Crystals in Final Fantasy XVI.