Easier and Cheaper Than What You May Have Thought
Ever thought about playing the guitar? Many would like to, but find their busy lives and the cost of lessons stops them from even learning their first chord. A look at the two main expenses may help in the decision to pursue this new endeavor or not. The lessons and the guitar.
First, what type of guitar you would like to play? The 3 main classifications: are listed below.
Acoustic: has a narrower neck and uses steel strings. Fender Acoustic Guitar
Classical: comes with a fatter neck, which helps accommodates it’s nylon strings. Classic Guitar by Gibson
Electric: Newest kid on the block, originated in the 1930‘s. It’s sound comes through an amplifier. The guitar of choice at concerts, especially loud ones. Fender Electric
- Sky Enterprise: 38" Acousic. Comes with a beginners kit which includes guitar case, tuner and strap. $55.
- Lauren LA100: Full size steel string acoustic guitar with a natural finish. $62.95.
- Rok Stark: Full size acoustic. $127.95
- Austin Bazaar: 39" Electric Guitar with amplifier. $89.94
- Infinite Guitar: Infinite Guitar starts at $10.95. It is a a monthly subscription based service. They offer over 1200 video lessons, anywhere from beginner, to medium, advanced, and expert.
- Jam Play Guitar: Jam Play starts at $19.95 per month. With the help of 68 different instructors, Jam Play has over 1000 hours of video instruction. All of their videos are studio recorded and are high quality. Monthly fees apply.
- Guitar Tricks: Guitar Tricks $14.95 per month. Memberships can move up a notch to their Full Access level, additional fees, apply.
- Gibson Learn and Master Guitar: Gibson sells their course for $149.95. Comes on multiple CD's. Known as one of the best courses one can buy on DVD.
- Probably the biggest advantage all of these courses offer is that you can take the lessons when your schedule allows it.