A guitar system aimed at adults and adults only sounds like a good idea. After all, many adults want new hobbies, whether it is due to retirement or recreational time, or even just wanting to learn to play music.
In this review of Adult Guitar Lessons by Keith Dean, we will discuss whether or not this product hits that mark – an adult only program that is perfectly geared for more mature learners.
For once a product that doesn’t make outrageous claims. Adults Guitar Lessons knows its audience and sticks to it. There is no “guitar god in forty two minutes” claims, no blinking lights or letters, just straightforward, linear product information. This is already an enormous step above the horde of products on the market that try to shove themselves down your throat.
Adult Guitar Lessons is an online site. The fee is a one-time membership cost, and it is for a lifetime of usage. While we don’t think you’ll need it for a lifetime (the product cuts off after the intermediate level) we do think this is perfect for a person who has a family to take care of and a full time job to attend.
This way, if you don’t get through all of the material in a year, you don’t have to pay another fee. You have the lessons at your fingertips whenever you please. Yet another point that goes to show that Adult Guitar Lessons truly knows its audience.
While the main page for the site is a bit much (many independent companies aren’t fully aware that short, sweet, and to the point is more professional than pages and pages of descriptive text) it doesn’t try to tell you anything outrageous.
The lessons themselves are high quality which is yet another great step away from the constant flow of – the guy who buys a webcam and now thinks he should have his own product— videos, sets, and sites on the market.
The lessons are clear cut and focus on charts and tablature, as well as sheet music. This will allow you to learn the tools necessary to grow past the end of your lessons. The lessons themselves range from progressions, arpeggios, and chords to scales, triplets, and dozens of other techniques. While these techniques aren’t everything there is to know about guitar, if you have a family and a full time job, chances are you won’t be looking to become the world’s greatest guitarist.
Another cool part about Adult Guitar Lessons is that they implement songs into their lessons. From The Beatles to Van Halen, the program uses classic rock and heavy metal songs, as well as blues, jazz, folk, and country songs to help you polish your skills.
So what is the end result of our Adult Guitar Lessons review – Keith Dean? It’s a great product. If you have a family, a job, are retired, or even have grandkids, learning guitar can be a great hobby and can allow you to connect with your family.
Adult Guitar Lessons aren’t full of useless filler material; they are lessons that cover the exact things you will need to learn the guitar as an adult.
We highly recommend this product as a great resource on guitar leaning for adults.