Sometimes I meet people who have been playing for 10+ years who, I’ll be frank, still can’t really play the guitar.
So I had a revelation that could help people like this:
The fastest way to actually get better is to optimize THE WAY you practice.
It’s simple. People who are directionless just don’t make it past the beginner stage.
And, once again, it’s not their fault.
Have you ever had an instructor who showed you a bunch of stuff on guitar, but then you had no idea what to practice when you got home?
That’s why I embed practice sessions within my courses. I don’t just show you guitar - I teach you how to practice guitar through real exercises in real time.
And to boot: too many instructors start with something way too complicated! I'm sure you’ve seen it all: hard-to-read charts and diagrams, chord shapes that look like it requires finger acrobatics, and confusing wording like DUDUDUUDUUDDD! It’s enough to make any beginner quit.
I created my course, “Learn Guitar Once and For All” because of my desire to offer a course that starts at level 0.
A course that practices with you.
A course that guides you step-by-step in bite-sized chunks.
A course that builds you a very solid foundation.