Although I have been playing the guitar for a long time, I’m always seeking more learning information. It was becoming quite painful and creating too much anxiety spending so much time sifting through the endless learn to play guitar courses for beginners claiming everything from play like Jimi Hendrix in 30 days to learn to play easy guitar songs overnight.
When you start to tap the top level guitar courses you can buy online, the curve shortens and the mass quantity of crappy lessons are left behind in a molten mess. Where the curve ends, at the top, we only have a few worthy online guitar lessons for beginners on DVD course that meet all of the criteria. The lessons at the bottom of the curve simply are not up to snuff.
I’m looking for a certain type of lesson. I have been a student of the guitar since I was 11 years old. I’m 56 years old now. My first four years of guitar lessons were classical guitar. My last 5 years of lessons have been electric guitar. Some of my friends call me a purveyor of online guitar lessons. I really enjoy the few top level guitar lessons for beginners and generally buy the courses I think might have something to teach me.
Most people go to guitar lessons and sit there for an hour lesson or 30 minute lesson reviewing your lesson with your teacher. The first time you go over a new lesson with your teacher, it might make as much sense as blah blah blah, ooh ooh, ah ah, ?!??, E=MCsq, xyx, lmnop… I don’t learn anything the first time. Even if my teacher played the lesson with me 5 times, chances are I would leave missing something important. Having the lesson in front of me on dvd, and being able to watch it as many times as it takes me to get it is critical.
I really think that the days of actually driving to a guitar lesson four times a month and paying from $75.00 to more than $150.00 per month is going to decline in popularity, as home schooling becomes better and more popular.
I love having my guitar course and information right in front of my face and being able to replay it or look back as many times as necessary to understand it. That is real important to me, as I said earlier, I rarely remember anything the first time around.
I don’t think I’m the only one who would rather stay at home and learn how to play the guitar than traipsing around town to a music studio every week. Think about all the money you will save in the long-run.
Not that this is a cheap course by any standards, but over the long-run, this will save lots of money, making it a great value. It’s possible you may advance even faster, if you have a built in knack for playing the guitar, why hold yourself back by having a guitar teacher throttle your creative needs and unusual skills. If you are not gifted (like me) than you can take as much time to go over essentials until you get it. Remember it is not a race.
The last thing about this wonderful course is that there is no hassle money back guarantee if you don’t like the course, for any reason. GuitarPlayersCenter.com