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My teenagers recently started bugging me about taking guitar lessons. A friend of the family was kind enough to give us a couple of old guitars and while I’m grateful, we just don’t have the money to pay for two sets of lessons. I was really bummed about this, partly because I sort of wanted to try my hand at the guitar myself. (I’ve heard that learning a musical instrument can actually keep your brain healthy.)
I was hoping that we might be able to afford the lessons next year, but then I was surfing online and found out about Ralph Paul’s Guitar Made Easy lessons. All the instruction was on DVD and the whole set was available for one low price. I was suspicious, but decided to give the DVDs a try.
Wow! My kids are playing great, my daughter just joined a local band and I’m even learning myself. These DVDs are great!
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How Guitar Made Easy Works
This is a DVD course taught by the only guitar teacher ever recognized by Fender, Ralph Paul. You won’t need to learn music: Just grab your guitar and play a DVD. Ralph Paul’s unique traing techniques will get you playing guitar quickly. Once you master the basic techniques, you can learn more advanced ones, while also learning to play different types of music, such as country, rock and blues.
Pros and Cons
Like anything, there are pros and cons to Guitar Made Easy. Here are some things to think about:
- The total cost of Guitar Made Easy is that of a few lessons from a professional instructor
- You won’t have to leave home to take your lessons
- The whole family can learn from one set of DVDs
- You won’t have to try to read music
- You’ll need a guitar
- You’ll need some way to play DVDs.
- You may eventually want to get in-person instruction once you reach a very advanced level.
Where to Buy
Go online and buy Ralph Paul’s Guitar Made Easy from the official website. You’ll get a great price, a money back guarantee and a whole bunch of free additional DVDs, just pay extra postage. I can’t tell you what other sites or stores might charge, or what you’ll get, so check out the official website before you go shopping elsewhere.
If you don’t have the time or money to take in-person guitar lessons, why deny yourself the pleasure of making music? Get your guitar and Guitar Made Easy and start learning to play!