In the days after I launched my GuitarGuru blog, I had to admit that I wasn’t always so good at it.
I’m still learning.
But my first real exposure to the site came during the summer of 2016, when I was tasked with helping other guitarists on a guitar lesson course.
I got a lot of emails from people looking for advice on how to improve their guitar skills.
They were looking for answers to questions like, “How to get the best out of online sales?,” “How do I maximize the amount of sales I can get?,” and “How can I optimize my website to maximize revenue?”
GuitarGurus, a new online service that teaches guitarists how to sell their gear, seemed like the perfect fit for my needs.
In the months that followed, GuitarGurants courses, like those of others on the site, were consistently generating revenue, and I was constantly surprised by how well I could get my skills up to speed.
But I was also struggling to figure out what to do next.
For months, I was feeling like my time on the job had expired, and there was nowhere to go but up.
I was frustrated, and it wasn’t just the frustration of working from home.
I started to wonder what else I could be doing with my life to make money.
What if I didn’t need to do any of that?
What if it was possible to earn money from the guitar, too?
GuitarGURANS courses are designed to give guitarists a chance to play in a way that they haven’t done before, and GuitarGAMers is meant to teach guitarists to do it well.
There’s a reason the company’s name comes from “Guitar” and “GAM” — it’s the acronym for Guitar, Action, and Mayhem, the two instruments that give guitar players the power to rock, roll, and jam.
GuitarGAMPers is also the name of a popular music and arts blog.
Its founders, Dan and Joe Lohman, have been practicing guitar professionally since the early 2000s, and the idea for GuitarGAMA came from a yearlong trip to Las Vegas to meet some of the guitarists there.
GuitarAMA, like GuitarGampers, has a very specific audience in mind: guitarists looking to improve the way they play their guitars, who want to learn how to play guitar like a pro, and who want a platform to do so.
The idea behind GuitarGAMS courses is that they’re designed to teach the guitar like it was a game.
GuitarJam, for example, is designed to help you build a guitar using a game-style progression system that you can then jam with other guitar players.
And GuitarJam’s instructors are professional musicians, so they have an appreciation for the nuances of the art and a lot more experience than most.
GuitarGM, on the other hand, is more like a traditional guitar instructor, and its instructors are more like professional guitarists than most, but the course’s emphasis on theory and practice makes it a much more natural fit for guitar.
In GuitarGM’s case, the students are working on their guitar through a series of practice challenges, and each challenge takes about 20 minutes.
These sessions are a perfect way to get to know your instrument.
The instructors work with you, so you don’t have to worry about whether you’re able to hit the notes you’re supposed to, or whether you can keep the tempo up and play in your own personal way.
GuitarMakers is different, in that it’s meant to be an online resource for aspiring guitarists.
It’s designed to take you through a guitar playing routine, as well as give you access to lessons, videos, and resources like audio lessons, practice tips, and other tools to get you playing faster.
But it also has a few unique features that give it an edge over other guitar courses.
For one, it offers the option of paying your instructor directly.
“We have a paid program that you pay us, but we’re still not giving the money back to you,” says Dan Lohmann, the company co-founder.
“So it’s really important to us that we’re helping people who want us to.
And we also want to be very upfront about what the benefits are.”
GuitarGAMES is a different beast entirely.
GuitarGames is a paid, paid-for course that’s meant for aspiring musicians, not aspiring guitar instructors.
GuitarGamers is the first course on GuitarGeeks, which also has an upfront cost of $100 per month, plus $15 per hour for the instructor.
But that’s not what’s making it a big deal.
Guitar Gamers is different in that you’re not paying for your instructor.
You’re paying for GuitarGamies.
Guitargamers teaches guitar by playing videos of actual guitarists playing in real-time, and then you’re asked to play an actual guitar.
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