|By PR Newswire||
|April 14, 2014 08:17 AM EDT||
BEAVERCREEK, Ohio, April 14, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- JamPlay, a growing internet resource for learning to play the guitar, bass, and other stringed instruments, is pleased and excited to announce the launch of exclusive online lessons. Combining lessons and interactive feedback, specific tutorials on individual songs and a thorough examination of diverse genres, musical styles, and different techniques of play, combined with progress reports, and interactive feedback from the professors and the community, JamPlay's online lessons offer the best online resource to learn bass and guitar.
Mass interest in learning the guitar has never been higher with the attention and buzz started with the release of games such as Guitar Hero, Rock Band, and Rocksmith. Now with the floodgates opened, JamPlay is pleased to announce their own guitar lesson platform using their extensive database and revolutionary teaching platform. And JamPlay's newest program skillfully and seamlessly combines gaming and guitar lessons, and is cheaper than those games previously listed.
JamPlay's online guitar lessons are targeted to push the guitar player to the next level of their playing. With focuses available on broad concepts, muscle memory, scales, music reading, to more specialized niches of what defines genres, licks, and other guitar playing skills and abilities, JamPlay offers the most flexible and comprehensive approach to learning guitar offered on any platform.
Another great and exclusive feature of JamPlay's teaching platform is utilizing the best of the medium and connecting the students with others learning to play the guitar, as well as offering a method to receive direct feedback from professionals and teachers. Harnessing the potential of the internet for communication, both in lessons and in feedback, sets JamPlay's interactive approach to guitar lessons way above and beyond their competitors.
Since their founding in 2006, JamPlay has grown into one of the largest receptacles for all things guitar, bass, and other numerous other stringed instruments. Offering dozens of lessons covering numerous skill levels, individual genre and songs, while providing different teachers and instructional videos, JamPlay's database is unparalleled. JamPlay also is known for combining their lessons with guitar games and offers reports to evaluate the performance and growth of the learning student.
Media Contact: Kevin Wimer, Jam Play, 937-620-1004, [email protected]
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