Pack comes with a quality 39" full-size nylon-string acoustic guitar with a spruce top, a rosewood fingerboard, and a full, warm sound you'll be able to enjoy for years to come
Includes eMedia Guitar Method CD-ROM with over 180 guitar lessons and a bonus eMedia Essential Acoustic Guitar interactive guitar lesson DVD!
Interactive Feedback Listens to Your Playing, Note and Finger Tracker, Flash Card Quizzes with Over 180 Step-by-Step Guitar Lessons, Over 70 Guitar Lesson Videos, and Music Notation Display Options
Learn songs as you master techniques with the over 70 included songs that cover a multitude of styles and include hits made famous by Bob Dylan, Steve Miller, the Rolling Stones, and others
Includes: gig bag, guitar strap, pick, an extra set of strings along with instructional CD-ROM and DVD
Operating System: WIN XP,VISTA,WIN 7/MAC 10.4 OR LATER
Release Date: 2010-09-01
Warranty: 90 day warranty.
Details: Everything you need to start playing the guitar, including the guitar, accessories, the best-selling eMedia Guitar Method v5 CD-ROM and a bonus Essential Acoustic Guitar DVD! The eMedia Teach Yourself Classical Guitar Pack comes with a quality 39" full-size nylon-string acoustic guitar with a spruce top, a rosewood fingerboard, and a full, warm sound you'll be able to enjoy for years to come. A gig bag, guitar strap, pick and an extra set of strings are included along with the instructional CD-ROM and DVD. What makes this pack so valuable is that it comes with a complete learning solution for young and old. eMedia Guitar Method v5 is the latest version of the world's best-selling beginning guitar CD-ROM! 182 comprehensive full-screen lessons cover everything from the basics to chord strumming, playing melodies, and fingerpicking. New interactive feedback on melodies and interactive quizzes help make learning tablature and music notation easy. The method covers folk, blues, classical and rock styles, including a modern rock chapter with various strumming styles, movable power chords and power chord riffs (needs a subject at the beginning of the sentence). Lessons include over 50 large-format videos from instructor Kevin Garry, Ph.D., with split-screens and close-ups of both hands.