#1
http://www.metalmethod.com/ Thinking of ordering this. It's cheaper than a month of private lessons.

It looks pretty good.

What say yous guys?

Thanks!
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#2
Nothing beats one to one tutoring with a guy who can show you, plus, you cant ask a DVD questions.
#3
Quote by CraigKing
Nothing beats one to one tutoring with a guy who can show you, plus, you cant ask a DVD questions.


Buttttt you cant rewind a lesson and slow it down. And you cant take a lesson on your own time.

I agree though, I think one-on-one is better. I've never had any kind of lessons though
#4
I'm currently taking lessons 1 on 1 but the price is a little steep at $20 per 1/2 hour. I personally don't think it's worth that much. So I'm thinking of going the video route, my own speed and at my own time.
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#5
Quote by fragydig529
Buttttt you cant rewind a lesson and slow it down. And you cant take a lesson on your own time.
You can say, "Hang on, I'm confused, can you explain that again?"

I've yet to try any of these DVD lessons, so I can't really have an opinion. If you think you'll like DVD lessons more, that's your call; go ahead and do that. After all, 20 bucks US does sounds pretty steep.
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