New York, NY (PressExposure) May 12, 2011 -- Struggling guitarists, there is hope. The newly launched website No B.S. Guitar is now offering comprehensive free guidance to guitar students still in the "beginning" stages. Founder Johnny Lee hopes to free self-taught guitarists from the habits that are commonly responsible for lack of progress, while giving those just starting out a resource for gaining the solid foundation necessary for lifelong self-learning on the guitar, such as video tutorials of beginner guitar songs.
"I know what it's like to try so hard figuring out how to play the guitar, but still not play the way you wish. In fact, I spent my first three years doing that. Practicing every day, but still not being able to play an entire song when my buddies asked me to. Listen, I'm not any sort of 'guru', but now that I've figured out what went wrong, I need to share what I know with others because I know I'm not the only one who has struggled with learning the guitar, you know?" said the former struggling guitarist who was recently spotted playing guitar at a local bar.
While still in the early stages of growing, No B.S. Guitar has already received high praise from readers for delivering on its promise and providing valuable actionable material through its blog and free newsletter. The website has quickly developed a small buy loyal following with very little initial advertisement. Part of this success can be attributed to the unique voice of the founder and the somewhat "deep" root-level material he presents. His writing makes you feel as if you were talking with a concerned friend. Yet at the very same time, the information he gives away is actually worth more than some of the information you would normally pay for in a book or DVD.
In the near future, Mr. Lee aims to quickly develop it into the web's premier beginner guitar resource. For now, he'll work on getting struggling guitarists "unstuck" by sharing the strategies he's discovered through years of trial and error.