I have just come away from JamPlay site with sore fingers.lol
I am trying to learn how to finger pick properly and I am finding it very useful. Got a lot of practicing to do, camera work is good but this guy steve is very clear on how to do things, even if I have not managed to do it properly yet, but I am sure I will.
You get more support if you need it. You can discuss how well you are doing, discuss and get more help.
I have only been to one other music teaching site which I think is good but I think Jamplay beats it by a mile. why? Because of the easy layout on it, whatever stage you want to learn, it is there.
Not only for beginners either ( something that put me off going to any of these sites) even if you are intermediate player to good I would think there is still something there for you.
But mostly I would recommend this for anyone wanting to learn the guitar.
I went to the easiest basic part just to see what it was like. If I could have had this sort of teaching when I started it would have made me progress much quicker than I did.
I have had a few freinds wanting me to teach them. I tried and failed ( maybe I was over demanding what they done?) Jamplay teaches the basics of basics to get someone to understand and learn easily.
I know it is not guitar lessons I sent my wife to but I paid £12 a week on a 40 minute tuition for her ( about $23 per 40 minutes) so I think $19.99 ( about £11) per month is definitley worth it.
Only thing about that is about people wanting to spend money over the internet. It does look very safe to me though.
And for geraldine that has not actually went to the site and looked through it properly, youtube does not explain things that good unless you just want to learn a song. This site is for learning guitar and different methods and styles of guitar playing. Youtube does not give you that as clear as jamplay and also, a lot on youtube is just adverts like, " if you want to know more" go to www. dhvjhfvhv and pay lots of money. Or if the user that put it on gets fed up he takes it off and you never see it again.
Now that I am learning this fingerpicking song which will hopefully make it a lot easier for me to fingerpick any song wit hmore than a thumb and one finger, I cannot see me playing much else unless I decide I just was not meant to fingerpick. But then I could always learn a different style. So much on it, great site
5 out of 5 from me.
ye get some that are cut out for the job and others just get by from pretending