Ultimate Guitar Lesson

Learn And Master Guitar

Stepping up to Commitment.

Learn And Master Guitar Course Is it time to get serious about playing guitar? If the band doesn't get signed, would I just quit playing? Could I make a living as a 'pro' guitarist? Music school is a lot more than I can afford right now, but perhaps something I ultimately want to do-how can I get ready for it? If you're in your late teens or early twenties and playing music for fun, you might be asking yourself these sorts of questions. Young guitar players seem to fall into one of two camps. There's the 'I want to play in a band on the Van's tour and that's all I really care about' crowd. And then there's the, 'I'd like to be a studio musician making a good living recording records for people and doing the occasional tour if the money's right' group. If you fall into the second category, you're going to need another level of skills than you can get reading tab and learning tunes off records-you're going to have to get serious about studying music.

Before you take out loans or talk your parents into shelling out upwards of $18k a year for a pro music school, it might be a good idea to see how you handle a professional guitar training curriculum. I recommend the Steve Krenz Learn And Master Guitar course for this purpose. For about the cost of 3-4 private lessons, you can own a complete instruction course. Learn And Master Guitar. is an impressive package consisting of 10 well-produced DVDs, 5 Jam Track CDs and a lesson book. Twenty very well planned guitar lessons are presented in a natural learning curve. I'm impressed with Steve's clear presentation of the information. I appreciate the graphics and cutaways. His examples are well chosen. Each lesson builds on the previous one. I could compare Learn And Master Guitar to a semester of college level guitar curriculum Steve introduces you to written guitar music in the second lesson and that remains a part of each of the subsequent lessons.

Along with the meat and potatoes- chords, power chords, jazz chords. fingerstyle guitar, pentatonics, blues progressions etc. Steve includes enough extras to keep things spicy including, for instance, sliding, bends, hammer-ons, chicken pickin' and jazz octaves. The Jam Along CDs provide a great way to master each lesson before moving on to the next.

Learn And Master Guitar is the perfect introduction to serious guitar playing. This course will get you ready to start playing in pro, 'for pay' situations. And if later you do end up enrolling in a college level music program, you'll be ahead of the game.

Best,
Ed