New Web­site

Justin­gui­tar.com

Guitar Techniques - - INTRO -

As one of the planet’s most suc­cess­ful gui­tar tu­tors, GT con­trib­u­tor Justin San­der­coe has just done a makeover his al­ready bril­liant web­site at justin­gui­tar.com. Here are just some of the lat­est fea­tures avail­able.

“To be­gin with, start­ing in Septem­ber I’m re-mak­ing and re-film­ing the en­tire be­gin­ner’s course,” Justin told us. “It will be ready for Christ­mas and is go­ing to be an in­cred­i­ble place for peo­ple who want to get started on gui­tar.”

Other fea­tures of which he is rightly proud, is that the site is up­dated very reg­u­larly to re­flect any prob­lems peo­ple have; new con­tent is added at least twice a week; and there’s a user dash­board for stu­dents to store lessons, songs and gen­er­ally watch their progress.

But it’s not all for be­gin­ners, as Justin fur­ther ex­plains: “There’s an ex­ten­sive song col­lec­tion and great fil­ters to help find the right one for all dif­fer­ent abil­ity lev­els. Also, our blues cour­ses have proved ex­tremely pop­u­lar with play­ers at all abil­ity lev­els and of all ages. It’s re­ally easy to get im­pro­vis­ing. Older play­ers in par­tic­u­lar have told me what big jumps they made af­ter do­ing them; you know, the ‘light bulb’ mo­ment.”

And fi­nally, here’s some re­views from justin­gui­tar.com users:

“I’ve been play­ing songs on the gui­tar, in­clud­ing semi-pro­fes­sion­ally, for 30 years; but never learned to ‘play gui­tar’. Found Justin’s site and am al­ready mak­ing strides in just weeks. Highly rec­om­mended for any­one wish­ing to learn to play gui­tar, old or new.”

“His lessons are sim­ply amaz­ing and def­i­nitely a great trea­sure for the be­gin­ners.”

“From the rel­a­tively easy to ex­otic so­los, Justin has it cov­ered. Never thought I’d be able to play the gui­tar but with Justin’s in­struc­tion and a fair bit of prac­tise, a whole new world has opened up. I shall al­ways be thank­ful. Top man!”

In­ter­ested? Then why not go to justin­gui­tar.com and sign up to­day!

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