#1
Anyone use the Gibsons Learn & Master Guitar program? I can't afford lessons so I am wondering if anyone here use's or has used it and what their opinions are on it.
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Reported ^ I have the set of DVD's and books. It was a great grounding in guitar and teaches you the nuances that you would only ever be taught by a real teacher. It not only covers playing but it goes into theory and sight reading. I recommend it as it boosted my playing to a much better level. Great for a beginner or someone that has been playing for a year or two.
#5
I tried being taught by a video, but it didn't pan out. Nothing really compares being taught by a real person.
#7
Online lessons can be a good thing. It all depends on your goals, what do you want to achieve with guitar playing ?

As a free resource you can try my website . Take the free ebook as it is a very good free resource to start with.

I also reviewed 2 guitar online lessons:

Jamorama - http://www.guitarlearningtips.org/guitar-products-reviews/is-jamorama-a-scam/

and Guitar superstars: = http://www.guitarlearningtips.org/guitar-products-reviews/guitar-superstars-2/

The idea is simple: Jamorama focuses on teaching you some skills and using them any way you want to and guitar superstars gives you to choose your favorite music genre.

Read those reviews and buy the one you think best suites you
#8
I agree with Freepower, justinguitar .com is a great place to start. Cheers