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Guitar Tricks Reviews

  • Hodaka's review
    Hodaka
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  • Jiang's review
    Jiang
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Jiang says:

I've always been interested with playing the guitar but have never had time due to work commitments. Face-to-face tuition is great, but there's the issue of finding a good teacher that suits your needs, timings and it's also quite expensive.

I finally got around to spending some time researching online guitar courses. I came across good reviews for JamPlay, Jamorama, Learn & Master Guitar and of course, Guitar Tricks. In the end I chose Guitar Tricks just due to the fact I found their free guitar lessons very useful.

I signed up for Guitar Tricks a few months ago and have never looked back. The lessons are very beginner friendly, and yet provide extensive information. As it's online, I can follow the lessons whenever I want, and at my own pace without feeling any pressure. I thought the pricing is more than reasonable too!

As I said, I've only been using it for a few months but I am very happy with Guitar Tricks and recommend it to others.

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  • Tim's review
    Tim
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Tim says:

I last used guitar tricks about a year ago. It is a good site and competitive to Jamplay. Both sites have a lot of similarities. The disadvantage I have with any of these sites is when it comes to addressing specific needs. I spend most of my time behind the scenes in the business and what I need most is more personal attention which still requires one on one instruction. If you want to get on the fast track I would suggest using one of these sites along with personal one on one instruction. If your aim is to perform cover tunes and you are a beginner you should practice hard and learn enough songs to play a set in a band live and then focus on development. It'll be hard but it'll come to you a lot faster. If you want to write your songs there are a lot of tools to use and you should look into a college or university for a degree in fine arts with emphasis in music. Study Music Theory and composition. Learn to use tools like Sibelius and get into a studio with friends somehow.

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