By popular demand, Videoguitarlessons.com, a pioneer in online music instruction, has debuted “The Greatest Classic Rock Guitar Lessons of All Time” a compilation of over 40 video guitar lessons designed to teach students the most famous guitar hooks and signature sounds of the entire rock era.
“These are the class rock songs you always wanted to play,” founder Rick Okie confirms. “Whether you’re a garage-band rock star, a cover band soloist, or just a beginning guitarist, these online video guitar lessons will teach you important techniques in the most fun way possible ? by teaching you licks you can use to impress your friends and family.”
Classic Rock Guitar Lessons: “Play Like a Rock Star”
“The Greatest Classic Rock Guitar Lessons of All Time” selects timeless rock guitar melodies in the style of heroes like Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page, Jimi Hendrix, Slash, and many others, then demonstrates in crystal-clear split-screen video exactly how those licks are played. Veteran teacher, recording artist, and producer John Heussenstamm breaks the licks down and reveals the underlying tricks and techniques which create these great sounds. Hammer-ons, pull-offs, distortion, vibrato, power chords, and rhythm figures all become part of the student’s “guitar vocabulary” — as he/she learns them without realizing it.
The Greatest Bargain of All Time, Too
One reason video guitar lessons are revolutionizing music instruction is cost. The entire “Great Licks” course is available for just $ 24.95. “Forty in-studio lessons at $ 25 a pop would cost you $ 1000,” Okie notes. “What’s more, you can replay our videos over and over and over till your learning is completely embedded.” Students can also start and stop at any point within the course, jumping to their own favorite tunes and topics. Videoguitarlessons.com also features a full curriculum of lessons in rock, blues, jazz, country, classical, and bass guitar. The entire lessons library — over 1000 lessons — is available via the site’s ALL ACCESS PASS for $ 24.95 a month. “That’s the real killer bargain,” adds Okie. “An entire family can learn guitar for the price of one in-person lesson per month. Too bad my parents didn’t have that option.”