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abdulbasit8868

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Hello Is there any facility available for under privileged students so that they can learn guitar lessons from quality videos by guitar tricks but do not have to pay hefty full access amount I would be really grateful for your answers Thank you

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Hello Is there any facility available for under privileged students so that they can learn guitar lessons from quality videos by guitar tricks but do not have to pay hefty full access amount I would be really grateful for your answers Thank you

Herman10

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you tube lessons are for free, oh and the sun comes up every morning for free to and that's about all what is for free in this world.

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you tube lessons are for free, oh and the sun comes up every morning for free to and that's about all what is for free in this world.

W3

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Agree with Herman. Lots of free YouTubes. If you can't afford guitar lessons, as many can't, you do what we use to do. Go without.

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Agree with Herman. Lots of free YouTubes. If you can't afford guitar lessons, as many can't, you do what we use to do. Go without.

matonanjin2

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Guitar Tricks, I apologize for posting a free competitor on your website. Just trying to help this guy out. It won't happen again.

This guy, Justin, has a site were he just gets support by encouraging donations. I have heard good things about his teaching. Good Luck to you.

Guitars: 2014 PRS Santana, 2013 PRS Paul's, 2009 PRS Hollowbody, 1972 Gibson ES-325, 2012 Fender Strat American Standard, 2012 Yamaha Pacifica, Martin M-36, Martin 000-15M, Seagull S6 Classic
Amps: Fender Blues Junior III, Boss Eband JS-10, Line 6 POD 500X, Quilter Microblock 45

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Guitar Tricks, I apologize for posting a free competitor on your website. Just trying to help this guy out. It won't happen again.

This guy, Justin, has a site were he just gets support by encouraging donations. I have heard good things about his teaching. Good Luck to you.

Guitars: 2014 PRS Santana, 2013 PRS Paul's, 2009 PRS Hollowbody, 1972 Gibson ES-325, 2012 Fender Strat American Standard, 2012 Yamaha Pacifica, Martin M-36, Martin 000-15M, Seagull S6 Classic
Amps: Fender Blues Junior III, Boss Eband JS-10, Line 6 POD 500X, Quilter Microblock 45

DraconusJLM

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I can't imagine GT will be too troubled by Justin's site getting a mention; it's pretty well known (I've spent some time on there, but find GT much better)

Six strings, but only four fingers. Twelve simi-tones, but only eight notes to an octive. Part of me thinks mathematicians should steer well clear of guitars.....

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I can't imagine GT will be too troubled by Justin's site getting a mention; it's pretty well known (I've spent some time on there, but find GT much better)

Six strings, but only four fingers. Twelve simi-tones, but only eight notes to an octive. Part of me thinks mathematicians should steer well clear of guitars.....

dw91067

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Originally Posted by: abdulbasit8868

Hello Is there any facility available for under privileged students so that they can learn guitar lessons from quality videos by guitar tricks but do not have to pay hefty full access amount I would be really grateful for your answers Thank you

I am myself a beginner, the way i learn is mostly from youtube videos and a friend of mine

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Originally Posted by: abdulbasit8868

Hello Is there any facility available for under privileged students so that they can learn guitar lessons from quality videos by guitar tricks but do not have to pay hefty full access amount I would be really grateful for your answers Thank you

I am myself a beginner, the way i learn is mostly from youtube videos and a friend of mine

Music_Maestro

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Hi, Abdul,

Have you considered paying monthly, as an alternative membership?

The problem with free YouTube tutorials is that they lack a comprehensive curriculum and beginners will never realise if they're practicing bad habits. You could always build your own curriculum, but it's better to learn from dedicated, professional instructors. YouTube can be a horrible mess that could result in you developing bad playing habits.

Best of luck.

Epiphone SG 400 Pro, Fender Squier, Flying V for shredding. Celtic fusion,rock, blues & Metal. From Wales, GB.

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Hi, Abdul,

Have you considered paying monthly, as an alternative membership?

The problem with free YouTube tutorials is that they lack a comprehensive curriculum and beginners will never realise if they're practicing bad habits. You could always build your own curriculum, but it's better to learn from dedicated, professional instructors. YouTube can be a horrible mess that could result in you developing bad playing habits.

Best of luck.

Epiphone SG 400 Pro, Fender Squier, Flying V for shredding. Celtic fusion,rock, blues & Metal. From Wales, GB.

dlwalke

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Originally Posted by: abdulbasit8868

Hello Is there any facility available for under privileged students so that they can learn guitar lessons from quality videos by guitar tricks but do not have to pay hefty full access amount I would be really grateful for your answers Thank you

Yes, I agree with those who pointed you in the direction of Justin guitar. It's free, good quality, and he has a pretty structured curriculum (unlike random Youtube videos).

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Originally Posted by: abdulbasit8868

Hello Is there any facility available for under privileged students so that they can learn guitar lessons from quality videos by guitar tricks but do not have to pay hefty full access amount I would be really grateful for your answers Thank you

Yes, I agree with those who pointed you in the direction of Justin guitar. It's free, good quality, and he has a pretty structured curriculum (unlike random Youtube videos).

Music_Maestro

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I'm guessing the OP has long abandoned their original thread, but it's true beginners can easily fall into the trap of the embedding errors unwittingly and possibly permanent injuries from bad posture,.etc.

Epiphone SG 400 Pro, Fender Squier, Flying V for shredding. Celtic fusion,rock, blues & Metal. From Wales, GB.

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I'm guessing the OP has long abandoned their original thread, but it's true beginners can easily fall into the trap of the embedding errors unwittingly and possibly permanent injuries from bad posture,.etc.

Epiphone SG 400 Pro, Fender Squier, Flying V for shredding. Celtic fusion,rock, blues & Metal. From Wales, GB.

bumankumar3

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