Andy | September 1, 2015 | 7 Comments

Volume 2 will be out next week!

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  1. Joe Blogg says:

    Andy, this is really a fantastic course and pedagogically well put together. I have been in education over 30 years so I know a thing or two on how to put the message across real beginners. The pace and the style of teaching/coaching is absolutely smack on. Many thanks for taking me into this journey where hopefully I will be able to master guitar playing.

  2. Jim Hoinski says:

    Are you going to give us Volume 2?

  3. Tore Bjørnson says:

    When can we expect Volume 2?, it has now been announced for a couple of week, to be out in January, but there isn’t anything yet.


  4. William Alley Sr says:

    When can we expect volume 2 Andy? Do you have an anticipated date?

  5. scott schwartz says:

    Overall I think this is a good, if not great course.

    Backing tracks are the best. I wish there was something like this in the 60s. Song choice so much better than “Strolling through the Park One Day” Explanation of tabs, counting, strumming are great. I don’t believe a new acoustic is always the way to go for starting a student. I know this is a course that is marketed to someone that will not have formal training in a classroom or one on but I would have emphasize the importance of having someone more experienced to assist in purchasing a guitar. Too often I have seen students buy a guitar that was not playable (too big, strings too high, wouldn’t stay in tune etc.) but it looked cool. That includes Fender, Epiphone, Yamaha, Alvarez etc. models. Most of the time I was able to set-up a guitar so it was usable but for those that are relying on the course alone will not have that luxury and the parents will not understand that even though they have purchased a new guitar it may need some work. I recommend buying used after having the instrument checked out. Just my thoughts. Keep up the good work.

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