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I was initially apprehensive about whether this course was a scam or not, but having read through positive user opinions on the product by senior members at guitar forums such as Harmony Central, I decided to go ahead and place the order.
After waiting for a week, I finally received the Learn & Master Guitar (LMG for short) guitar course, and all I could say was "WOW!" when I opened the package and examined the contents.
The following is a full review of the L&MG guitar course (which won a 29th Annual Telly Award), with snippets from the content and my own thoughts sprinkled in for good measure.
I've read through many other books on playing the guitar, and while they were really good in teaching the specifics, none of them really came close to giving me a sense of learning from an accomplished guitar player in private sessions.
This guitar program, created by Legacy Learning Systems in association with Steve Krenz promises to lay down a firm training path for aspiring guitarists to follow. You can contact them for more information, read customer testimonials on the course, and discover other training products on offer.
Read Mr. Krenz's bio to get more information on his musical background and published work.
The Welcome Note
The first thing you'll see inside the binder is a welcome note with information on how to use the course, package contents and their purpose and a suggested schedule. Steve also has a word of encouragement for those who think a year is too long to play the guitar competently. Based on the depth of the course, I'd say that 1 year is a realistic time frame for learning to play the guitar pretty well.
The Learn and Master Guitar Lesson Book
The 107-page lesson book serves as a reference for the training sessions. You get one chapter for each session, and each chapter has the relevant music notes, songs, examples and exercises. I also like the quotes that appear at the start of each chapter. Text and diagrams are very clearly printed, but you don't get any color at all in the the content.
Although the main reason for getting the L&MG course is the instruction & practice material found in the DVDs / CDs, the lesson book can be used on its own to refresh on the concepts and theory, and to practice reading music.
Following are some photo samples of a typical chapter.
Start of chapter
Note how it mentions the estimated learning duration (3 weeks) and has a nice inspirational quote.
Sample song chapter
If the topic relates to a jam-along song, a reference to the jam-along CD track is made and the full musical notation for the melody and backing chords is provided. Every song is played at three different speeds on the jam-along CD - slow, medium and fast.
Certain chapters come with a worksheet where you're required to answer questions. The answers to the questions are available online at a special section of the Learn and Master Guitar site.
10 Course DVDs
As mentioned at the official LMG site, these set of DVDs represent the main portion of the course. Each DVD has two sessions in which Steve Krenz presents the lesson and takes you by the hand in grasping the principles.
Video and audio quality is very good. Zooming in on Steve every now and then makes it seem as if he's right there in the room speaking to you. The sessions are broken down into easy-to-understand sections, and Steve throws in liberal amounts of tips and gems along the way so that the lessons are never monotonous.
I'm about to list down every single topic that's found in the course. It was a pleasant surprise that everything mentioned on the Topics and Styles Covered pages of the L&MG website was well and truly taught in the program. I half-expected to be let down as the site promised a lot. Well, I'm just glad that nothing was glossed over in the training ... they've even got Chicken Pickin' covered!
Session 1 - Starting off right
Session 3 - Notes on the third and fourth strings
This is a particularly lengthy session, and typically takes about 2 weeks to finish if you're a complete beginner.
Session 5 - Basic open chords
Session 7 - Barre chords on the sixth string
Session 9 - The secret to great strumming
Session 10 - Fingerstyle guitar
Session 11 - Pentatonic scales
Session 13 - Playing the blues
In this section, Steve teaches techniques such as tapping, bending, sliding and finding the sweet spot for palm muting. These can later be used in playing lead guitar and Session 19 - Soloing. I particularly like the section on bending, and here Steve shares a secret handed down to him by Larry Carlton on the difference between a proper bend and the "lazy man's" bend - that's one I hadn't heard of before.
Steve also shows what he terms as the "Eddie Van Halen" technique. This combines hammer-ons, pull-offs and tappings to form the basis of Eddie's style. Add in a little distortion and delay for a rock 'n roll effect and the riff sounds really, really close to the real thing. I now know where I went wrong when I tried to play something similar years ago - I had forgotten to execute the pull-off bit.
Jazz octaves is also another excellent addition to this session, and Steve gives a tip on how to make your playing sound closer to that of Wes Montgomery - that's a really nice touch!
Jam-alongs for this session:
Session 15 - Electric guitars - the heart of rock & roll
Session 17 - Going beyond the first position
This is an impotant session because you learn how to be able to play notes on the entire neck of the guitar.
Session 19 - Soloing
If you thought this soloing chapter lets you learn the secrets and licks of the great lead guitarists, you'd be disappointed, just like I was initially.
But then I realized that more than any other course, the LMG program and all the 20 sessions within it thoroughly prepared me to venture into other material specific to playing the lead guitar. These specialized guitars courses assume a certain ability in reading music and prior understanding notes, scales and progressions, and I gave up very early due to a lack of music theory knowledge on my part.
One example I can think of is the Chicken Pickin' technique that was taught in Session 15. It teaches you enough to play simple country riffs and backing, but for the more advanced stuff, you'd want to sit down through an advanced course like Joe Dalton's Big Twang. Browse Joe's video samples, especially Chicken Pickin' Solo 1 - notice how he assumes that you already have a strong guitar playing foundation and knowledge of major and minor pentatonic scales? That's what I'm talking about. By hte way, the Big Twang forms the basis of the style played by the late guitarist Danny Gatton, one of my favorite guitarist of all time.
Me, I'm looking forward to once again going through those lead guitar / jazz books that I bought a long time ago.
Session 20 - All the chords you need to know
These DVDs contain bonus workshops, and mirror the main DVDs, with each DVD having two workshops. You get 1 bonus workshop for each session, meaning 20 workshops in total.
You get this set of DVDs only if you purchase the expanded edition of the L&MG course.
5 Jam-Along CDs
Nothing beats the satisfaction of playing with other musicians, and these CDs provide that very experience. The quality of the tracks are fantastic, with a full band providing the music (listen to some audio clips). It's a great confidence-booster, and it won't be long before you find yourself wanting to play with a real live band or in front of real people.
Conclusion and recommendation
There's no doubt in my mind that the LMG course is one of the best guitar lessons (if not the best) money can buy. Nothing beats having a great guitar teacher who will teach you well and gives out lessons to small groups, but it's pretty challenging to find that great teacher who can fit their schedule to yours and teach at a convenient location.
Guitar books are a dime a dozen - you can see them lined up on the shelves at bookstores. These books are generally more suited to intermediate and advanced guitar players, and none of them provide a total multimedia experience in lesson delivery.
The numerous books that claim to focus on beginners lack components such as jam-along CDs or instruction DVDs that make all the difference in whether you can stick to the program and end up competently playing the guitar, or give up after a while.
It's extremely tough to learn the guitar just from reading books and looking at pictures - take it from me, I've been there and done that.
This course has got me all excited about learning the guitar from scratch, and filling the gaps in my playing (especially in reading music and theory of pentatonic scales and jazz chords and progressions) and I daresay that I play much better and more confidently now than I ever have.
Another big plus is the thriving LMG online community which provides support and a forum for students and Steve Krenz to openly communicate. Yes, there is such a forum, and you can join for free and browse around to see the enthusiastic activity in there from members who've purchased the course and discuss about their learning progress and almost everything else about guitar playing.
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