The JustinGuitar Beginner's Starter Pack
Now includes Instant Downloads of
The Beginners Course DVD Movie
The Strumming Techniques 1 DVD Movie
and of course the old faithful and very popular Practical Music Theory ebook.
You will still receive the Physical DVDs as a back up.
We have also swapped one of the picks for a Jim Dunlop .46mm Nylon
These are perfect for the beginner so it made sense to swap it.
You won't find a better starter pack if you want to get into guitar! I've helped hundreds of thousands of people learn guitar and the method works! Just add practice :)
In this pack you get the Beginner's Course Book which is great for making your own notes in as you go and recording your practice. You get my best selling Beginner Songbook with 100 songs that match up with the course and give you lots of awesome songs to learn as you progress. You get the DVD set of all the videos so you can watch them without being online and Strumming Techniques 1 which will be a big help for anyone struggling with strumming, which is the vast majority of beginner guitar players! You also get my Practical Music Theory eBook so you can start understanding what you're playing and get a grasp of the bigger picture
This Beginners Deluxe Pack includes the following.
JustinGuitar Beginner's Course Book
JustinGuitar Beginner's Songbook
JustinGuitar Beginner's Course 4 x DVD
JustinGuitar Strumming Techniques 1 x DVD
JustinGuitar Practical Music Theory - eBook INSTANT DOWNLOAD
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