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!
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.
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.
I can take those background disks and I too can jam with them for hours. They are a good practice tool.
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 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.
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 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 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'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.
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