Browns Plains, Australia (PressExposure) July 12, 2011 -- Paul, an expert guitarist Paul has announced a new course on "Guitar Chords for Beginners", which comes along with a 30 days, 100% money back guarantee. This course is titled as "how to play 14 major and minor guitar chords" and provides numerous information regarding acoustic guitar chords from basic to advanced level.
This new course has step-by-step process that includes finger basics, correct posture, how to play all 7 Major Open Chords, how to play 7 minor chords and much more that might be beyond your expectations. An added advantage of this new course is that it comes along with 30 days, 100% money back guarantee.
"I typically suggest that learning how to play guitar chords is the best place to start, because out of all the things you can learn on the guitar, learning how to play guitar chords I believe, is the one skill that will move you much closer towards being able to play your favorite songs and impressing your friends and family", says expert guitarist Paul.
Presently, almost all types of information can be found online due to the flexible technology. However, the problem most of the beginners face, is that they get overwhelmed with the hundreds of different chords they can learn, and when they finally decide on a chord to learn, they get stuck trying to figure out how to play the chord using a guitar chord chart. A latest report portrays that, 90% of the beginners, who learn guitar chords without proper guidance will end giving up mainly due to frustration. Therefore, it is wise to learn guitar chords under the guidance of an expert or by using his resources.
"If you are just getting started with the guitar, they don't provide much of a step by step process on how to play the chords. Because of this problem with guitar chord charts, I have created a new course on guitar chords for beginners, which is actually designed to be as if you are sitting in front of me, and I am giving you step by step instructions on how to quickly and easily learn to play 14 major and minor chords", adds Paul.