Full Blown Course Versus Typical Private Lessons


Typical Private Lessons


Effectiveness Of A Lesson: Great! Many testimonials have been received from actual students stating that they've gotten more out of one single lesson from this system than they have from several private lessons and even years of trying old methods for learning to play guitar! See testimonials on main page.


Effectiveness of a lesson: Minimal at best. Many private lessons (not all - but many) are just random teachings that aren't pushing towards a goal. It's "whatever" comes to mind for the moment.


Support: Second to none! You'll actually have the private email and phone number (a direct line) to the creator of this unique system.If you have a question, make it known and you get a response! I actually care about my students and their success.


Support: You're kidding... right? After you leave the studio of most private instructors, that's it. You don't even talk until the next lesson (and payment is made). This is not intended as an insult. It's just the truth. I know... I have instructed face to face as well and in most cases, I never heard from students until a week had passed.


Ease Of Use: You better believe it! Each lesson is a powerful video boiled down and designed to flip "Cross Relation Syndrome" on it's head and have it working for (instead of against) you. You can learn more about that on the home page. Most lessons also include beautifully illustrated PDF Blueprints you can download and store away in a binder. Each lesson builds on the previous lesson, adds more fuel, and then sets the stage for the next lesson (24 in all). This approach causes a "1 step back - 10 steps forward" habit and causes a player to move ahead very rapidly. On top of it all, the system itself is simple to understand and complete. You'll play your favorite songs, solo's and even make up your own easier than you ever imagined!


Ease Of Use: Generally speaking... No, because most courses or instructors keep students confused with boring and mundane things just to drag out the learning process and keep their hands in your wallets. Not cool! Sorry but that's the way it is - not for all instructors but for many! Things like music theory, learning tons and tons of chords and scales which ultimately confuses a player and discourages them are the norm. Unfortunately, they DO NOT keep a players "desire for more" peaked!


Guaranteed Results: Yes... Yes... and Yes! The absolute best in the business! When you sign up for Full Blown and the Learn Guitar Fast And Easy system, you are automatically plugged in to my 100 Plus 10 Percent Success Guarantee.If you haven't read that, you need to hop over there and check that out. Your investment is totally secure and backed by my integrity and name. For the record, that means something to me!


Guaranteed Results: Very doubtful. Imagine attempting to contact your private instructor and telling him you're not happy with a lesson. I don't think so!


Convenience: Absolutely! Upon paying for your tuition in this system, you'll be given your own private access codes and you can enjoy the course any time you like that's convenient for you. Even if it's 2 am in the morning and your in your pajama's!

Having this availability at your disposal 24/7 helps you to retain more and more because you can go over each lesson over and over for the duration of the course. This helps embed the system in your playing and things become natural very quickly.


Convenience: NO! – Most of the time. Let's face it, we're all busy and it's difficult to fit in driving ten minutes or more down the road to get to a lesson, taking the lesson, and then driving back to whatever is next in our day! On top of that, in most cases, retention of the lesson you've just taken (actually remembering it) will slip 62% or more before you even get back home and get your guitar in your hand! That's not good!


Community: This is just one of the cool fringe benefits of being a member of Full Blown. Our community of players [known as "The Tribe"] numbers in the thousands. This community of pickers is considerate of one another and always eager to reach out with a tip here and there. You'll be encouraged to participate in that by jumping in and joining in conversations or starting your own. This is purely optional at no charge and available on our tribe facebook page. If you're not on facebook, don't worry. This has nothing to do with the actual lessons.


Community: Most likely not! You're on your own.



Private lessons vary from state to state and talent to talent. It's safe to say that an average guitar instructor at your local guitar shop will charge around $17 for one 30 minute lesson. It's also safe to say that about half or more of that lesson will not be actual instructional.


LGFAE Full Blown System:

• Twenty-four Lessons plus everything mentioned above along with the best Guarantee and support in the business...
A one time investment of...




• One 30 Minute Lesson Cost $17
• Minimal Support (if any)
• Twenty-four 30 Minute Lessons at $17 per lesson totals...


If you've looked around at all at the testimonials, you've seen for yourself how many students have sent in notes stating how (using this course) they've learned more in just a few lessons than they have in years of private lessons. Some students have gone as far as saying one lesson is better that ten typical private lessons! You decide for yourself totally risk free!


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Your lessons are amazing . This last lesson [Lesson #11] has really set me free. This is something I have never been able to do and Im talkin about twenty years of tryin. Jerry it was wicka chika all night long. You have added excitement to learning guitar for me."







" All I can say, Jerry, the straight forward approach you are blessing us with should win you a place in history! As you are giving the world a definitive freedom to express themselves (with out the techno-B.S.) in a way that everyone can use. A statue in front of the Music Hall of Fame would be appropriate." – M. Lord


"I have worked with a number of guitarists that also teach on some level (some that offer their services to the community, and others that "teach professionally" at schools such as Five Towns College) and I've never seen an approach like yours. It is easy, stress free, informative and most of all fun." – Brian P.


"I'm 50 years old and have been playing guitar now for just over 4 years.  This has always been a goal of mine but I never got around to it.  One day at work I was talking to a friend of mine.  I told her I wanted to learn how to play guitar but I was too old to start now.  She looked at me and said "Well, how old will you be if you don't learn?"  For whatever reason, that made complete sense to me and that Christmas, my wife bought me my first guitar.  You might want to pass her wisdom on to people who tell you they are too old to learn.

The second thing that happened was I met you.  Lessons like "The 7 & 11", along with "Going Country - Not" turned the fretboard from a maze of frets, strings, and dots into something that made perfect sense.  I can listen to a song or a solo or just a riff and know EXACTLY what's happening and why.  All of this has happened because of your patient, simple approach to teaching, and without getting bogged down with a lot of theory.

The result of this journey after 4 years is that I can play the intro to Heart's "Crazy On You" on my acoustic at full tempo, and on my Strat I'm about half way through learning ALL of Peter Frampton's "Do You Feel Like We Do".  I'm only at about 80% tempo on the solos but you taught me that "slow becomes smooth, and smooth becomes fast".  And because of what you've taught me, I even goof around and play my own improvised solos.

I'm a normal person who doesn't have a lot of time so my practice time ranges from 2 to 5 hours a week.  The main thing is that I've progressed to the point where I'm playing the songs I want to play and, at any time, I can fire up a backing track and just improvise.  I'm having so much fun.

Thank you for everything you've done, Jerry. Yer one of the good guys!  Hug your family for me.

– Mike H.



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