An Open Letter to Middle Aged Men Who Want to Finally Learn Guitar This Year:
How 3 "Older Guys" Were Able to Learn Guitar Online With
Discover How They Did it so You Can Save Time, Money,
and Get the Quickest Results Possible!
Greg - 41 Years Old
Steve - 57 Years Old
Reggie - 62 Years Old
There are so many guitar learning products out there:
Books, DVDs, teachers, confusing apps, and the list goes on.
Wouldn’t it be nice to have the time and money to try them all, and see which ones actually work?
Well, I have some good news:
I’ve teamed up with other guitar players who have gone from zero guitar skills, to being able to play all our favorite songs.
We want to tell you exactly how we did it.
And we’re not young kids. We’re in our 40s, 50s, and 60s.
– Steve Brown
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Steve Brown – 57 Years Old
Hi I’m Steve.
I’m a HVAC technician getting close to retiring.
Because of my reduced work week, I found some extra time and decided to put together this website to try and help other guys like me.
After a little digging, I managed to find two other contributors: Reggie and Greg.
We’re pretty much in the same boat. We’re middle aged family men, and we all struggled with learning the guitar.
We all finally discovered online lessons and improved our skills in record time.
Reggie Thompson – 62 Years Old
Hey, Reggie here.
I’ve been trying to play the guitar since I was 12.
I managed to play pretty well in college, but I when I started my career in the construction field, my guitar started to collect dust.
It wasn’t until I retired that I really gave it another shot, and it wasn’t until I found online guitar lessons that I had my major breakthrough.
I wasn’t a total newbie on the guitar, but after learning online, I got hooked and drastically improved my skills in just a few weeks.
Greg Kennedy – 41 Years Old
Hey I’m Greg.
Steve and Reggie call me a kid because I’m 41.
But with two young children of my own at home, I certainly had to grow up fast.
As a landscape designer trying to run my own business, I can admit that at times I totally have my hands full.
But the guitar has always been a stress reliever for me, and it’s something I try and stay consistent with.
It wasn’t until I jumped online and left behind my frustrations with in-person lessons, that I truly felt I began to learn the guitar properly, and effectively.