My Personal Guarantee

From time to time I recommend other teachers' guitar courses. If you're on my newsletter, you've no doubt seen me doing this from time to time.

It has always been my policy to offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee on any of my own products that you purchase, or I give you a full refund.

Well, today I'm taking that concept a step further. So here's my guarantee to you:

100% Money Back Guarantee

If you buy something that I recommend, and you buy it through my affiliate link, I will personally guarantee that you're satisfied with what you bought.

Yes, that's a PERSONAL guarantee.

That means that if you're not satisfied with your purchase, try to get your money back from the company you bought it from.

If they won't give it back, I'll personally contact them to get it back for you.

If I still can't get your money back for you, I will personally give the money back to you.

Yes, I will personally give you your money back.

I will not tell you to buy junk!


*You have to be reasonable with the time frames (within their refund period)
*You have to have bought it using my affiliate link. I’m not doing this to give out free money.

I do this because when I recommend something, there’s a reason I’m recommending it. It’s a good product!

I also do this because I know that everyone I recommend will honor a refund request. I know that sometimes emails get deleted, communication problems happen, whatever… If that happens, let me know. I’ll go to bat for you.


3 Responses to “My Personal Guarantee”

  1. jason November 2, 2011 at 1:55 am #

    hi, need to know what would be the cost to buy a 145 theory and finger picking instructions together. i am a beginner who doesn't spend too much time on the guitar as i have long hours of work and kids to juggle between. and the difficult part is i am left hander who has started to learn on a right handed guitar.i know a couple of chords although its hard to coordinate between strumming and playing the actual chords so thought basic finger picking might help.

    please shed your thoughts



  2. debra bull January 17, 2012 at 9:03 am #

    When I am trying to solo how do I know what key I need to solo in?

    • Jonathan January 17, 2012 at 10:47 am #

      Hi Debra, I'd recommend checking out some of the Guitar Theory videos on this site. In general, I recommend using the relative minor to the key. So if the song is in key of G, you could solo either in G major, or in E minor.

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