When it comes to my kids, I like to find things that can help to encourage their artistic and musical abilities. I have found that when they find what they love, if I give them the tools to help them explore and learn more about what they are interested in, that they not only grow in knowledge, but they also find self gratitude when they try new things. So when I came across the products from eMedia, I was curious to learn more about what they have to offer and also review the My Guitar Beginner Pack. You can see Estrella’s view on this kit in the video below.
We found that with the My Guitar Beginner Pack, my kids were able to pick up the guitar that is provided and start to learn with step by step instructions, which are provided in the software that is on the disk for the computer. I like how the courses are created to make the learning of music and playing the guitar fun and exciting as well as something that my kids can follow along with. I also like that after their lessons, they can practice what they learned over and over again until they feel that they are ready to go on to the next lesson.
When it comes to the lessons, I can appreciate that they were created to teach kids age 5 and up, and help so the kids can not only learn to read the music, but also play it with comprehensive lesson plan! They learn by following along with the videos so they can get correct hand placement, with fun and simple to follow along with music lessons. Then, once the kids have completed the 60 lessons from the software provided and are ready to learn more, I like that I can go to the eMedia site and go on to find the next level of lessons for the kids to learn from! Which in all, makes the eMedia My Guitar Beginner Pack a great choice to go with when you and or your kids are ready to learn to play the guitar!
Product received, thank you to eMedia as well as the PR for supplying me with a product for this review, all opinions are my own.
This is interesting. I did take guitar lessons for a few years. I had to unlearn my old habits, it is probably good to have some lessons in person to make sure they get a good start, it can be hard to tell what you are doing incorrectly as a real beginner. Once you know the basics, this would be a good way to learn, esp if you can't afford regular lessons for an extended period.
their programs are amazing! They have lessons for beginners from age 5 all the way up to adult!