With the Information age, there is a lot of information to hunt through to find what you are looking for, that is, it can be a bit overwhelming at times. This Article is being written to help you narrow down and weed out the fluff from the stuff you really want……
Where do I look?
When searching for the Best Acoustic Guitar Lessons online there are many platforms that you can Search.
You can start on Google search as that is one of the most popular but many times you go to the links provided and you still cannot find what you are looking for.
One way to refine this is to compare different sites to see if the same lesson shows up. If it does, then many others have probably looked at the information, and made reviews, or comments, or posts, talking about the pros and cons for the lesson(s) you are looking at.
For example, say you find a lesson on Google, you can then search some sites below to see if the same lesson appears there:
- or Guitartricks.
Some of these places may or may not have the same lesson but may have lesson that are comparable both in price and content. Ideally you will find the same lesson on multiple sites and this tells you that it is popular as well as the Author cares enough to really get it out there.
How do I know if the lessons are good?
There are a few way to tell if a lesson you have found is good or not.
One is to look for reviews on the name of the author or name of the lesson you are interested in. Many times a product will have a review on YouTube or to find other places you can search the names again in Google to see if other sites show up or list it.
Another way is to see if there is a free sample lesson or a way to look over the lesson prior to having to buy anything. Sometimes you can contact the author and ask for a preivew, but many times if there is not a free lesson available on the site then they will not offer you one if you contact them.
How can I tell if I should buy it?
This is a very personal topic but there are some guidelines you can follow:
- Does the lesson deal with the instrument you want to use? For example, lessons for electric guitar versus acoustic.
- Does the lesson contain videos or other visual aids?
- Does the lesson include a free download of the content, or offer a PDF download supplement, like a chord chart?
- Does the lesson cover what you WANT to learn? For example, if the lesson is teaching classical songs versus pop.
I could go on here, but I think you get the idea, the lesson should be what you want but only you can define this so it is personal in nature. You need to know what it is you want from the lesson before you start.
How did this article help me?
Well you probably already knew how to Google search, but many times people forget to compare and check other places for the same thing. In just looking and verifying sometimes you can come across exactly what it is you are looking for.
Take the time to ask yourself what you really are looking for in an Acoustic Guitar Lesson and be sure to refine your searches for what it is you want exactly. For example, I want a lesson with Video lessons that also provides a book or chart I can follow along in or step by step instructions on how to get from point A to point B.
I hope this helps a bit and I wish you good luck in finding exactly what you need!