Gibson’s Learn and Master Guitar by Steve Krenz was awarded the 2011 Acoustic Guitar Magazine’s Player’s Choice Award for Best Instructional Material. It is also earned an AEGIS Award for Excellence in Education all over the world. Steve Krenz created learn and master guitar with the cooperation of the Gibson Company. Perhaps, we can all agree that Gibson is the leading company that creates and supplies different varieties of musical instruments, including guitars, that has a reputation of high quality instruments that last for a long a period of time.
The primary goal of Gibson’s Learn and Master Guitar is to teach a lot of aspiring individuals to learn to play guitar in a very unique way. It also aims to contribute to the continuous excellence in the music industry. The good thing about Gibson’s Learn and Master Guitar is that it is considered as the most complete program course available on the market today.
Included in the product is a 20 professionally filmed DVDs in high definition (HD) with over 40 hours of instruction, 100+ page lesson book, 5 Jam-Along CDs and unlimited access to their support site and to other online students. All of these materials are made to help every aspiring guitar student bring out the best guitar talent that has been hidden within them.
Gibson’s Learn and Master Guitar is actually designed for different levels of students, whether beginner or expert musician. It provides a roadmap that can be very easy for students to learn guitar in a step by step process. This product doesn’t promise you to learn guitar in just an overnight learning session, but it is a series of lessons that will surely provide a high-quality learning experience.
This software based learning program is considered to be user-friendly, which means that it is easy to operate. No more confusion and difficult instructions that can hinder you; you can learn and master guitar to your fullest ability. One of the great benefits of Gibson’s Learn and Master Guitar is that it is cost-effective compared to one on one guitar classes. Two or three private guitar lessons are almost equivalent to the price of Gibson’s Learn and Master Guitar by Steve Krenz.