New Guitarist Guidebook & Checklist Free class

Scott Perry, Stoic Guitarist, Teacher & Fellow Traveler

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15 Videos (1h 7m)
    • Intro To Class & Your Guitar Guide

      2:42
    • Project Overview

      1:37
    • Why Do You Want To Learn To Play the Guitar?

      9:40
    • Extra-Musical Benefits Of Playing Guitar

      2:28
    • The Guitarist's Journey

      2:24
    • Guitar Break - "Have the Time Of Your Life!"

      0:46
    • Choosing a Guitar

      5:49
    • Choosing a Learning Method

      4:57
    • Choosing a Teacher

      9:32
    • Guitar Break - "Don't Think Twice It's Alright"

      1:05
    • Gear & Gadgets

      9:37
    • Practice Makes Progress

      12:44
    • Guitar Break - "Country Breakdown"

      0:29
    • The Never Ending Journey

      2:31
    • Guitar Break - "Da Blues"

      0:58

About This Class

Find the right motivation, instrument, teacher/method and practice tools and tips to jumpstart your guitar playing journey.

This course includes 12 video lessons LOADED with tips, sound advice and inspiration and encouragement. Downloadable checklists will insure that you cover all your bases and get off to the best start possible.

This course is targeted at those contemplating a guitar playing journey. It provides tools and resources for preparing to play it does NOT provide actual instruction!

Here's what's included:

  • An hour of video lessons about:
    • determining your motivation & goals
    • the extra-musical benfits of learning an instrument
    • choosing a guitar
    • choosing a teacher & method
    • setting up your practice space & routine
  • Downloadable PDF Checklists

You'll also get:

  • Access to instructor for advice & answers.
  • Absolutely FREE!

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Scott Perry

Stoic Guitarist, Teacher & Fellow Traveler

Scott Perry is the first-born Leo son of a tough Irish mother and a stubborn Polish father. Leaning in, leaping, and causing a ruckus come naturally to him as does his knack for leading others to join the fun.

In the lesson studio, from the stage and on the web, Scott demonstrates the relevance of the blues and the value of storytelling. Some say he’s pretty good at it, but Scott’s still learning and leveling up. He’s been at it for a long time, but Scott Perry is just getting started…!