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- Question: Can I get a Guitar Fingering Chart for FREE?
- Answer: Yes you can get a sample of Guitar Fingering Charts for free, but I personally found learning from a Chord chart of Guitar Fingering Chart much with a proper guitar teacher instructing you along the way.
- Solution: Get your FREE Guitar Fingering Chart here, but again I recommend getting the benefits of using a proper guitar teacher to fully utilize the abilities you need to be a great guitarist and apply the Guitar Fingering Chart into practice. Check out the video below to find out more about why I made this site and why I personally recommend JamPlay to teach you how to use these charts and how to be a great guitarist.
Hey guys, in this video I talk about why I made this site and also why I personally recommend using JamPlay to help you along the bumpy road to awesomeness. I use JamPlay to help me advance in my guitar playing and find it absolutely instrumental to my learning.
I hope the video I have recorded has been of some help to you in some way. To read my full Guitar Fingering Chart and JamPlay review, just keep reading and don’t forget to enter your details in the form down the right side of the site to get your FREE Guitar Fingering Chart sample.
Here I will talk about how I started out learning guitar, how I personally came across JamPlay and why I would recommend it to any guitarist of any skill level to help advance their playing.
Why Have I Created this Guitar Fingering Chart and JamPlay Review?
Well the reason I made this JamPlay review for you is basically because I’m a very skeptical person when it comes to online purchasing, and I like to have a trust worthy opinion of something before I consider buying anything. When I went to look for information about learning the guitar online I found a vast majority of the review sites out there were scammy looking, untrustworthy and pretty much garbage, so I am here to be your trust worthy opinion!
The first thing I did when I wanted to learn the guitar is look online for some Guitar Fingering Charts. After a fairly brief search I found some, and they were fine, but I wasn’t able to really use them to the full effect. I needed a way to take the info from the Guitar Fingering Chart and turn it into the skills I needed to play better.
The clear solution to my problem was guitar lessons. A friend of mine had recommended a site to me called JamPlay, but being the skeptic I am about paying for anything online I pretty much didn’t even bother to listen.
I began seeing a guitar teacher at one of my local music shops, and in doing so, I adopted an array of issues that I wasn’t prepared for. It was a struggle to get to and from lessons, I had to fork out $25 a week, which hit hard on my pocket as I am a student and there were often times the teacher wasn’t interested in teaching me what I was interested in.
One week I was in the waiting room with all my gear, waiting, as I would do every week but this week the wait was unusually long (and that’s saying something considering my teacher was also often late). I was waiting about 45 minutes to see someone until I finally got fed up and went down to see the man at the front desk.
The Instructor was “Sick or otherwise Indisposed” as he put it, very rudely I might add . I assumed that would be something they should call and tell me BEFORE I show up but apparently not. So where does this leave me?
This left me with paying too much every week, having issues with transportation and not interested in what I was learning. I went online again, searching for some way to learn some beginners song or anything. It felt like I was paying to be screwed around. I tried looking at tabs and found myself even more lost than I stared. I had a look at some free sites to look at lessons, but I found their sites never had enough content and the pace of which content was being released wasn’t good enough for me.
My choices at this point were to learn almost nothing from the free sites, or pay too much to learn something I’m not even interested in from my local music shop. I had almost given up trying to learn the guitar until I was urged again to give JamPlay a second look. A quick investigation into JamPlay’s program had me very intrigued. It looked as though they were cheaper, more educated in musical teaching and was available to me at any time unlike the other methods of learning guitar I was opened to at the time.
I decided to bite the bullet and take a chance on JamPlay, and can proudly say I am now happily subscribed to JamPlay, paying a third of the price that I was at my local music shop and learning more than ever with lessons available to me 24/7. I have now gone further with my guitar than I ever imagined I would starting out and the best thing is I achieved all of this awesome success from the comfort of my own home.
So let me answer the original question…
“Why did I create this JamPlay review?”
Well after going through what I went through using my Guitar Fingering Chart and dealing with multiple issues and over pricing and seeing the amount of bias and untrustworthy reviews out there, I wanted to help ease the pain and burden of finding a reliable, cost friendly and just pure bad ass, awesomely awesome guitar lesson site for the guys and gals out there like me that just wanted to cut the crap and get on track to being a truly great guitarist. To find out more about me check out the About Me page.