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Offline Barnezy

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Jam Play
« on: April 17, 2018, 11:38:59 am »
Justin has obviously done a deal with Jam Play as there is a link on his site, offering a 1 day free trail to Justin’s students.

Is anyone using this site?

It seems comprehensive but when I looked at the membership options, it confused the hell out of me. Would be good to hear feedback.


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Re: Jam Play
« Reply #1 on: April 17, 2018, 03:23:54 pm »
I considered joining Jamplay, but in the end I went with guitartricks instead.
The deciding factor was that it seems to me that jamplay employs high profile players as teachers and use their names to attract subscribers, which can be a good thing, of course.
But to me this strategy works the other way around. I’d much rather learn from a dedicated underdog with good teaching skills than a super guitarist lacking teaching skills.

Just my personal opinion <shrugs>, and I might add that a year in, I am more than happy with guitatricks.
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Re: Jam Play
« Reply #2 on: April 17, 2018, 09:35:30 pm »
Who doesn’t love an underdog?! I’ll give it a look. Jam Play’s pricing model is far too confusing for me!


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Re: Jam Play
« Reply #3 on: April 17, 2018, 10:25:25 pm »
 Strangely enough, this offer was in my inbox. Is it a good deal? https://www.guitartricks.com/special/?utm_campaign=blues_resurrection_prospects&utm_source=sendgrid&utm_medium=email#below


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Re: Jam Play
« Reply #4 on: April 18, 2018, 07:33:13 am »
I considered joining Jamplay, but in the end I went with guitartricks instead.
The deciding factor was that it seems to me that jamplay employs high profile players as teachers and use their names to attract subscribers, which can be a good thing, of course.
But to me this strategy works the other way around. I’d much rather learn from a dedicated underdog with good teaching skills than a super guitarist lacking teaching skills.

Just my personal opinion <shrugs>, and I might add that a year in, I am more than happy with guitatricks.

Thanks for the tip. Went ahead with the offer and having a brief scan through the site and a couple of tutorials, the content looks great!


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Re: Jam Play
« Reply #5 on: April 18, 2018, 07:49:57 am »
Thanks for the tip. Went ahead with the offer and having a brief scan through the site and a couple of tutorials, the content looks great!

Like I mentioned earlier, I am very happy with the site. I am currently working my way through the Country course. Loads of good stuff there.

For a beginners and intermediate course I recommend Justins site any day, and I really do recommend it to people looking for online teaching. But in my case wanting to learn Country there is not much material from Justin, so I had to look elsewhere and guitartricks does the trick (pun very much intended ;D)
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