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Play Classical Guitar FAQs

Can I see what the content is like?

On the appropriate part of this site you can see some sample content, listen to some audio clips, view video clips and also the index of the units. This should give you plenty of information as to the extent of the content and the quality.

How much does the course cost?

The course costs only $39 for both units (download version) and is equivalent to around twelve lessons (which would cost around $350) and if you require a hard copy (books and DVD) the cost for each is $30 plus $10 shipment (outside of the UK).  Access to the resources site after purchase (for year 2 onwards) costs $49 a year. This provides you with additional resources, teaching materials, audio files, more duets and support.

I can buy a guitar tutor for less than this. How do I know it's worth the money?

The difference is in the structured method, which combines audio and videos with the text.  A standard book can’t go into the detail required. The method has been developed over many years by successful teachers. All we can say is that it works! If you are not satisfied – then simply ask for your money back within 30 days, and you will be refunded – no questions asked. All we ask is that you do give it a proper try.

Can you provide 1-1 tuition?

We can offer ‘one – to – one’ tuition over the web by arrangement. Please contact us to gain access to the on-line diary for available slots, and to purchase a pack of lessons.  

OK – I want it. How do I get it?

If you wish to purchase the download versions then simply click here or go to the link that says ‘buy now’, and there will be a step-by-step process to take you through the payment and download procedure. If you would like the hard copy version please send your details via the contact form.  

Will it teach me everything I need to know?

We're confident that this method can teach you as much as any book that uses a combination of text, audio and video files can. There is no substitute for a good teacher, but many people can’t access a teacher, or prefer a structured ‘self study course.

I want to learn to read music but play ‘rock’ music - is it for me?

Yes - building a sound technique for your right and left hands and learning to read music will undoubtedly help you play any sort of music, including rock, pop, jazz, flamenco etc etc.