Jamorama - Learn GuitarJamorama is the online guitar site if you’re ready to learn how to play guitar proficiently. Jamorama is a very in-depth course containing all that you will need to successfully learn how to play your guitar.

The thing I liked the most, before becoming a student was the statement, No Prior Knowledge Required, because that was me.

Starting as an extreme beginner like I was, well Jamorama is perfect for you then because it will take you right from knowing nothing. It starts with the very basics for those who need it and will take you right to the advanced level of guitar playing.

Jamorama Creator Ben Edwards

Ben Edwards JamoramaJamorama’s creator Ben Edwards from the successful Australian band named Degreesk who have toured all over the world.

They have even hit Canada’s west coast as part of their tour.

Ben’s the guitar teacher for those with the desire to learn how to play guitar online and will teach you step by step methods for better learning.

What I like about Ben’s teaching is that it is easy to follow which usually means less frustration. Plus 200,000 happy students can’t be wrong.

Jamorama is different.

  • The best step-by-step guitar lessons on the internet!
  • Download to your computer in a few minutes
  • No previous knowledge needed
  • For both acoustic and electric guitar
  • Step-by-step, skill building
  • Real play along tracks
  • Video Demonstration

Bonus, you can even download your lessons so you can take them with you where ever you go, even to guitar jams. I like sharing what I learn with friends and it makes for very interesting jams.

The included video lessons are high quality and they were really helpful to me to hear and see exactly what I needed to be doing. Unlike other guitar courses, the guitar playing drills aren’t boring and repetitive and Ben does a good job of making them fun to play.

One of my favourite parts of Jamorama have to be the Jam Tracks and there are currently 26 Jam Tracks which help me with my strumming. I think strumming and chord changes. Strumming is the thing I worked the hardest at as I don’t have a lot of rhythm.

The jam tracks have been the most valuable to me although the without the rest of the course I wouldn’t be playing guitar today.

I loved learning to read music and today I can look at a chord and my brain and fingers work together to form it quickly. I have even learned songs directly from the radio, always thought I was tone deaf but Jamorama proved me wrong. Learning to play guitar with Jamorama has changed my life more than anyone will ever know.

Here is some info directly from Jamorama. What’s in the Jamorama package:

  • 2 Ebooks, Jamorama Beginners and Jamorama Advanced.
  • 12 months worth of lessons
  • 148 video lessons and exercise
  • 26 Jamorama Jam tracks
  • Bonus GuitEarIt – Ear training Game (value $49)
  • Bonus Jayde Musica Pro
  • Bonus Guitar Tuner Pro
  • Bonus Jamorama Metronome

Jamorama worked for me where books just didn’t cut it so I would put Jamorama at the top of my list of places to learn how to play guitar online.

I would suggest you start by joining the Jamorama Newsletter. You will also receive a free Beginner Guitar Course with 10 Lessons or 9 Part Intro to Lead Guitar. Just signup, for free and see what Jamorama can do for you. I am sure you will soon be praising Jamorama like I do today.

If you don’t care to read the entire page, although well worth the read, you can scroll to the bottom where you will see the sign up form for the Jamorama Newsletter.

Without Jamorama I would still be hiding in my room frustrated with my guitar.

When you have finish the free course I am sure you will see the value in going for the entire Jamorama guitar course, at just $39.95, Jamorama is almost a steal. I say almost because stealing is bad, K.

You also have plenty of time to know Jamorama will work for you as they give you a full 60 day, 100% money back guarantee. So if you are really serious about learning the guitar, you really have no reason not to check Jamorama out.

Jamorama - Learn Guitar

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