Guitar Lessons - Guitar Tricks

Guitar Lessons - Guitar Tricks

By Guitar Tricks Inc.

  • Category: Music
  • Release Date: 2015-01-14
  • Current Version: 1.3.12
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 112.58 MB
  • Developer: Guitar Tricks Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 ( 643 Reviews)
  • Price:
    Free
Guitar Lessons - Guitar Tricks App Ratings: 4.5
4.5
Total 643 Reviews

Guitar Lessons - Guitar Tricks App Description

Introducing Guitar Lessons by Guitar Tricks, the best, most fun, and educational way to learn guitar with guided, step-by-step videos. Our system is tested and proven to work for beginners and advanced guitar players.
 Guitar Tricks is designed to empower beginners to play guitar by learning actual hit songs from the very start – not boring drills and exercises. 

 Learn to play guitar from top instructors who guide you through every step with shorter, incremental videos to increase skill rapidly. In a recent survey, members reported learning 50-100% FASTER than with other guitar apps! * Award-Winning: Best Online Guitar Resource and Instructional Material * High Quality Step-by-Step Video Guitar lessons * Over 3 Million Members since 1998 Core Learning System – Perfect for beginners The Core Learning System guides beginner guitarists through a series of short videos that focus on you making music from day one. After you nail the basics, the guided videos branch out so you can learn different styles of guitar like Rock, Country, Blues, and more.
 The Most Song Lessons Available Guitar Tricks has been teaching people how to play guitar since 1998. We offer over 11,000 lessons, ranging from skill and technique videos to artist and genre studies. 
 We offer over 700 (and counting) song tutorials that include massive hit songs from great artists such as: -The Beatles -Ed Sheeran -The Rolling Stones -Eagles -Rihanna -Stevie Ray Vaughan -B.B. King -Eric Clapton -Van Halen -Lynyrd Skynyrd -Many more! High-Quality Tools and Features Along with our world-class instructors, we provide our members with useful tools to speed up the learning process: -Full, precise tabs and notation which are downloadable -Scale finder -Chord finder -Reference tuner -Fretboard trainer -Advanced video playback and quality settings The free version of this app offers a rotation of free lessons. Access all of our content with an in-app subscription purchase. - Choose monthly payments ($19.99), or yearly payments ($179.99) - Payment will be charged to your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase - Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period - Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, and identify the cost of the renewal Lessons that have worked for millions “More than just a great teaching experience. Guitar Tricks has knowledgeable and entertaining instructors who really seem to care about the student and material. I’ve learned a lot in a short amount of time. It’s a really fun spot.” – James Cox “I have always wanted to play guitar. Not learn it, just play it. My first experience (with Guitar Tricks) was amazing. Within a few minutes I was playing a song on my guitar.” –Phil Snell Enjoying our guitar lessons or love learning to play guitar from our instructors? Please leave us a review! You can also contact us directly if you have any questions at admin@guitartricks.com

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Guitar Lessons - Guitar Tricks App Reviews

  • A beginner,s opinion

    5
    By Strumin Tim
    I have looked at a good number of other guitar teaching programs, and Guitar Tricks is the best that I have seen yet.
  • I love this app!

    4
    By shellerfoot
    I am a beginner- I learned more in a week of using Guitar Tricks than I did in two weeks of apps that listen to you play. The instructions are excellent- well presented and easy to understand. My 12 year old and I are learning together- me on a nylon string acoustic and him on an electric and the lessons are well suited to both of us. The only thing that keeps me from putting a 5 is that the app could use options for some of the things available on the full website such as the tools and being able to mark lessons as complete. It would also be a great feature if the music sheets would scroll down with the songs as they are played - songs that are copyrighted can’t be printed which means it is impossible to play along without memorizing the song.
  • Outstanding platform for aspiring guitarists of all levels of experience.

    5
    By Sarswmr
    GuitarTricks offers a curriculum of well-taught lessons for aspiring guitarists of every level of proficiency; from beginner to well-versed instrumentalists, to practicing professionals out to maintain their chops. Each lesson offers well-explained tabulature backed by easily understood instruction offered by any one of a GuitarTricks’ outstanding instructors.
  • All you need 👍🏻

    5
    By Willie Stoner
    I love Guitar Tricks and all the awesome content. The back button is not the best it is difficult to get it to work. You have to try a few times till it will work. All in all it’s a great way to learn. 👍🏻
  • Great Learning Tool

    5
    By Mark-strat
    Guitar Tricks is packed with beginner, intermediate, and advanced lessons. Tons of tools, practice videos, info on gear and types of music and artists. The instructors are top notch!!! The app is easy to use, intuitive, has everything the website has in an easy to use package. I have not encountered any technical problems with the app. I like guitar tricks because they stay true to the songs they teach, the don't "dumb down" the songs, slow them down, or abbreviate them - they teach the authentic version of the song. They do offer some simplified versions, but label them as such.
  • Decent app

    5
    By Paulbartolini
    App works fine just a little to expensive to my taste.
  • Structure

    5
    By Shane_J
    When I was in my twenties, I taught 10+ people how to fly a helicopter, from zero experience to a private, commercial, instrument, instructor, etc. rating, using a structured program. Works almost every time. When I tried taking guitar lessons (3 different instructors) in my advanced years, the instructors had no plan, no structure, no stated goals. I spent a good portion of each lesson watching them display their talents. Then another third of the lesson sitting and watching them decide what they wanted me to practice for the next lesson. It just didn’t work for my mindset. I’m sold on this program. I think they are doing it the right way.
  • Great tool for learning guitar or improving your chops.

    5
    By Word Junkkie
    I’ve been learning to play guitar for 35 years and so far this program for learning is the best thing for me. There are always new things to learn. From warm up exercises, to different styles, to teaching songs the way they were played on the record, writing songs, and solos. If I’ve ever had problems with the app, I’ve had help with them. No problems. It works for me.
  • Good website, terrible app

    1
    By daltontx
    This app has too many bugs. Sometimes the videos won’t go full screen, sometimes the pause button won’t show up. Not easy to keep track of progress. Can’t access the cords or scales on the app. Not worth the space on your phone.
  • Learning song section can be very frustrating to use

    2
    By 2 many guitars
    Some instructors spend too much time talking about theory and other things mixed right in with the middle of the song instruction, irrelevant to actually learning the song, and then fly way to rapidly though the chords, progressions and riffs, making learning difficult and multiple rewinds and replays necessary. (Example; Behind Blue Eyes by Mark Olesky. ) There is no way to mark or loop song sub-sections, so it is hunt and guess tryin to find the section you want to repeat without wasting time listening to the irrelevant taking and or parts you already know again and again . The theory may be interesting , but should come in separate sections, NOT in the middle of trying to learn to play a part of the song. Songs should be broken down into smaller sections for learning , or have ability to mark and loop sub-sections so you can repeat as needed. On the plus side, transcriptions and techniques are generally good, except for songs with multiple guitars in the original . “Just play guitar 1” is a cop out. There are usually very good ways of combining multiple parts for solo.

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