Guitar Showoffs Fire up Beginners' Frustration, So What Makes Good Guitar Mentors Good?!

England, United Kingdom (PressExposure) February 05, 2012 -- Bandjammer provides its members with well-detailed video lessons, easy guitar songs, solos, cool riffs, and licks. What makes them supreme is that they also allow members to join a live band session.

Bandjammer not only develops its members' skills but also make them feel more confident about themselves. "Learning guitar is like learning golf, it takes physical co-ordination and determination to succeed, but at the same time tension should be minimized as that leads to problems. Andy I just love your lessons, I like your down to earth approach and the occasional mistake proves you are human! I have looked at a number of online courses and some of the presenters are just show offs, I can't learn from a show off, I learn from good honest and practical education which is what you give. The Jam along sessions are great, as I at the late age of 57, have picked up guitar again after 30 years and am only in it for having fun!," Peter, a member of Bandjammer's website.

Members learn faster with ease from a humble instructor Andy who does not only teaches them how to play guitar but also teach them how to cool themselves down to learn faster.

"I love the website and the instruction videos. As a beginner I have been able to quickly learn a few riffs that my friends recognize. I am confident that as my ability improves the site would enable me to progress to turning out the guitar part for a full song. The clarity of instruction is so much better than struggling with tabs. The way the song structures are broken down makes the learning in the limited time I have easy to dip in and out of as time allows. Keep it going and wish you guys every success with the site," Marcus Searle.

Members learn to play guitar songs with ease and confidence no matter how short their time for learning is. They recognize the importance of chords in learning the guitar and generally look for chords not too hard to play. Some easy guitar songs are Suffragette City (David Bowie), Back In The USSR (The Beatles), Summer of '69 (Bryan Adams), Losing My Religion (REM), She Moves in Her Own Way (The Kooks), and Johnny B. Goode (Chuck Berry).

Within these songs, the website also features tutorials for members to practice and learn their techniques and skills like palm muting, string bending, power chords, and so much more.

"Very good sampling of the most common problems in learning how to play guitar. I'm sure the best method to learn is the no-chords-no-scales-learn-by-playing-and-have-fun-in-the-process," Peter.

It is hard to find down-to-earth and practical guitar tutorials on the internet because many guitar experts offering their help to beginners on easy guitar songs are showoffs.

Andy recognizes that playing the guitar takes more than learning how to learn backing tracks, riffs, licks, and solos. A big heart from an expert is what beginners need in order to learn faster with confidence.

If you want to know everything about guitars including playing easy guitar songs, visit them at

About Bandjammer

Learn to play classic rock songs and jam with our live band! Play guitar songs for lead and rhythm guitar. The easy and fun way to learn and play guitar.

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Press Release Submitted On: February 05, 2012 at 2:26 am
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