Northumberland, United Kingdom (PressExposure) June 27, 2007 -- DVD guitar tuition ( http://www.online-guitar-lesson.uk.com ) has always been seen as a cheaper and less effective alternative to one-on-one instruction for the budding guitarist. Without paying directly for the tutors time and benefiting from 'close' tuition and correction, it was felt that students would be left floundering hopelessly around the fretboard, struggling to recognise their errors and improve their technique
All that looks set to change, given the findings of a recent customer feedback campaign conducted by http://www.online-guitar-lesson.uk.com. To the surprise of tutors and industry commentators, the campaign reflected favourably on DVD tuition as a viable and affordable training method, suggesting that the more relaxed teaching style of the DVD medium affords stronger fundamental technique-building, and allows more significant progress in a shorter period. Embracing modern DVD recording technology, guitar lessons on DVD are providing a versatile and flexible solution for those picking up the instrument for the first time, as well as coming in at a great deal cheaper than private tuition. This flexibility and affordability is proving popular amongst students young and old as an alternative to more traditional teaching methods.
FORENAME/SURNAME, from http://www.online-guitar-lesson.uk.com, suggests that DVD guitar tuition ( http://www.online-guitar-lesson.uk.com ) is bringing the guitar to a new generation of students. "Learning the guitar can be a complicated process, and can leave you feeling helpless without proper guidance. Now, with DVD tuition, you can sit with an expert in your own living room and practice for as long as you like, whenever you like to perfect your technique".
Critics and sceptics of DVD guitar tuition ( http://www.online-guitar-lesson.uk.com ) used to find their arguments in the fact that there was no direct link between tutor and student, which meant it was more difficult for the student to learn guitar effectively. However, this study has shown that through consistent practice with a DVD, students can learn the fundamentals to the same standard as with direct tuition. Given the emphasis placed on 'practice' during the learning process, feedback has shown that through working through DVD lessons several times each, one at a time, the student can gain a more rounded grasp of the instrument in a shorter period of time, leading to a more comprehensive understanding of how to play guitar.
With this revelation, the guitar tuition industry looks set to shift more towards embracing these modern technologies as a means of providing tuition and guidance to the next generation of budding guitar students.
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