Hi Jonathan, brilliant course your 30 Rock Jam Rracks... before I had learned all the scales but still could not improvise.
Your bonus DVD and PDF book are the best I have ever seen.
I am now able to solo be it mainly pentatonic minor run with a few chromatic passing notes, but I am getting there, Thank you.
Absolutely Superb And Worth Every Penny
Absolutely superb and worth every penny they cost.
They sound professional and have inspired me to keep practicing. I have many other pathetically and poorly recorded backing tracks and they are not a match on these. They are so good I'm happy to listen to them on their own - not good when I should be practicing.
Highly recommend purchasing them. Brilliant!
I can take those background disks and I too can jam with them for hours. They are a good practice tool.
I have looked at many online "learn Guitar Over-night" courses and have to say that the courses offered at PlayGuitar.com are very well laid out, easy to follow, and relevant to the material at hand. I have purchase most of the coursed offered and find them worth the money and time investment. Thank you!
I thought I had reached a dead-end in my guitar playing until I got your Jam-tracks and the special DVD offer.
I have had no regrets so far. I learned and mastered the Blues- scale and I have started searching around the scale for riffs of my own. My wife is also pleased with my progress.
I must add that I am 70 years old and was stuck on playing simple songs in the Key of C and G. Now I am experimenting.
Keep up the good work Jonathan. Expect me to order more of your tutorials.
Keep it up pal.
I learned a few new tricks
I started out with the I IV V course, it was a great refresher. Got the jam tracks, Rock and Blues, and am digging them a lot. Very good for getting used to a band setting, or just to keep us old players 'sharp', and learned a few new tricks (never stop learning, you're dead if you can't learn anything new).
Thanks man, these really help explore stuff so I don't waste time screwing around in a real jam setting, which makes at least the drummers I know very happy. Peace out and Rock on brother!
I found that jamming with the soundtracks help me improve my improvising with my riffs.
I've got a lot of work to do yet but it seems to be helping.
I'm impressed with the quality of the jam tracks
Slowly, because I'm still working full-time and it really cuts into my practice time. But I am making progress thanks to the 1-4-5 course and lessons on scales.
I am impressed with the quality of all of the jam tracks; sounds like they were assembled in a studio. Your lessons along with Colin's are giving me a lot to work on, maybe too much given my time constraints, but I'm going up and down the fretboard multiple times with the pentatonic scale (almost) every day.
I got your jam tracks CDs recently, and I love them. Great for practicing scale forms and lead forms all over the fret board. Having fun practicing things like double stops, bends, and hammer ons and pull offs.
Thanks ----- Great tracks-----Highly recommended.
Hi Jonathan, I really don't get a chance to practice as much as I would like to. I have briefly listened to some of the Blues tracks. A few of them stood out to me, like Bad Blues, Blues Road, Up With The Blues and The Bottle.
One of these days I might be able to apply a solo of my own to them. I did get a really good deal on them anyway, buy one get one free, you really can't beat that. The bonus lesson is a plus too. I like the way you go into great detail every time with your lessons even if a person may or may not already know the details. Also the booklet with the licks or riffs printed out. Really cool stuff I would have to say.
Thanks for all the hard work, I really appreciate it.
PS Still working on those scale patterns.
I am pleased with both courses.
Great for having a Rhythm backing to jam with and improve phrasing and soloing skills.
Overall a good investment. Thanks.
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