#1
Since I don;t have a guitar class over the summer, I thought buying/downloading a program would be a good idea. Whats the best and cheapest guitar program so I can continue to progress in my guitar playing?
My gear:

Memphis les paul (fixin it up as we speak!)
Schecter C1 plus
Ibanez RX 240 (been sold)
Peavey envoy 110 (Pretty dang good!)
Some washburn acoustic...
#2
The Internet+Google+Ultimate Guitar Columns/Lessons+Books from your local guitar store+John Petrucci's Rock Discipline.

That's all you need.
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#3
Guitar Pro.
My meh gear:
ESP LTD MH-400NT
Peavey Raptor Plus EXP
Digitech RP90
Digitech Bad Monkey
Electro-Harmonix Big Muff Pi (WTS)
Crate GT15 (SHIT)

GAS:
Peavey 6505 112 combo
MXR 10-band EQ
Ibanez TS-9
Boss HR-2
Compressor (open to suggestions)
#6
Ditto to John Petrucci's rock discipline video. It is very good.
Music Man JP6 BFR
Music Man JP6
Mesa Boogie Nomad 100 (selling soon to fund a Mark V)
#9
I really meant computer programs/lessons. I don't really lwant to get a dvd or anything, seeing as my school comp programs helped me a lot, I just want to work on my lead playing this summer, cause all my school's taught me was rythmn, so anything that can help me with lead thats a comp program?
My gear:

Memphis les paul (fixin it up as we speak!)
Schecter C1 plus
Ibanez RX 240 (been sold)
Peavey envoy 110 (Pretty dang good!)
Some washburn acoustic...