Online guitar lessons, unlike online teachers, are methods curated by various teachers.
There are quite a few options, and they have been going on for almost 20 years.
They have matching apps for phones and tablets, and heaps of lessons and options.
I have tried a few and will discuss pros and cons.
This will inform you so you can decide if they are what you are looking for.
PlayerListen to “Episode 6: Online guitar lessons, the good, the bad and the ugly” on Spreaker.
This episode has the following structure:
- Contact info
- How you can support
- Updates and news
- Guitar Tricks
- Jam Play
- Fender Play
The objective is to give you an idea of what these particular online guitar lessons have to offer, so you can make an informed decisions. Most will offer a free trial period so you can try risk free.
I’ve personally used them during my journey learning the guitar. There are pros and cons on each one of them, but ultimately Guitar Tricks is the one that did it for me.
It gives me the structure I need to continue, and allows me to focus on genres I like when I feel I won’t have much time. I hope we can work together and find one that works for you.
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