The Gibson name has stood for superior quality in musical instruments for decades now. With Gibson’s Learn & Master Guitar, taught by guitar pro Steve Krenz, that tradition of excellence continues.
Gibson’s Learn & Master Guitar course is known as the most complete course available for learning guitar. It is the winner of the Acoustic Guitar Magazine ‘Players’ Choice’ Award, two Telly Awards, and an AEGIS Award for Excellence in Education.
- 20 professionally filmed DVDs in HD with over 40 hours of instruction.
- 5 Jam-Along CDs.
- 100+ page lesson book.
- Unlimited access to our online student support site.
Gibson’s Learn & Master Guitar is designed for all skill levels. We provide the roadmap and you provide the practice!
If you have looked online for guitar courses, you have probably seen a lot of thirty-minute “Learn Guitar Overnight” videos. Your instincts tell you that these will not work. For someone who really wants to learn to play guitar, Gibson’s Learn & Master Guitar provides a series of video guitar lessons that will take you from any skill level, even a total novice, through to advanced levels.
Not a beginner guitarist? That’s OK. Skim through the basics and jump into the more advanced training. Learn more about using the course as an intermediate player..
Lesson books alone, with no detailed video instruction, can be confusing. Using software-based instruction chains you to your computer and is difficult to use. Private guitar instruction is pricey, inconvenient, and depends on finding the perfect teacher. An average weekly guitar lesson will cost you $2,000 per year plus all that driving!
Gibson’s Learn & Master Guitar program solves all of these problems. We combine the best instructional tools for learning guitar in one course. Learn & Master Guitar is serious guitar training. Order Now!
My Take on the Guitar Training
I am not a great guitar player, but I would like to be one day. I have owned an acoustic guitar for some time thanks to my mother passing it on to me and for many years it sat in a hard case in our basement due to lack of knowledge on my part. I would start and stop my attempts at learning every now and again, but would eventually stop due to frustration or lack of time. I know as a trumpet player that this is not the way in which you learn an instrument, so I have to chastise myself for this lack of follow through. In saying this, I was excited to find that in fact there was a program through Legacy Learning that provides you with the opportunity to get serious about learning the guitar. As some of you know I went through another of their programs recently in learning about Photography. If you did not read about it, find the post here.After finding out about this program I took the plunge and decided to strike out to see what I could become.
The program is set up to be very user friendly. They take you from the very beginning where you might not know anything to the end where you will hopefully be jamming to some of the tracks that they provide. I am definitely at the ground floor working myself up, but that is ok and I am fine with that fact!
So, the program is set on 20 DVD’s and there is over 40 hours of instruction, so you have to pace yourself, as your fingers will definitely thank you in the long run. Back to the course itself, I found the lessons to be great. They were easy to follow and I loved the fact that I could come and go as I pleased and that I could repeat a certain lesson that I might be having more difficulty with or that I did not completely understand.
I am not almost through the course and I do see a marked difference in my abilities. I am not saying that I will be the next Jimi Hendrix, far from it, but this program did allow me to become more confident in my own abilities and be able to know that I too can play the guitar. My girls think I am cool now that I can play some of the songs that they enjoy as well!
So what are you waiting for, go and check out this program today, you will not be disappointed!
How would you like to win a copy of this DVD set? All you need to do is Subscribe to this blog and follow me on Google Friend Connect and then visit the Legacy Learning Learn & Master Guitar site and leave a comment on this post. Tell me What you would hope to learn by taking this course?. The contest will run for one week and will end on July 21, 2011.
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