We will be listening closely to our membership and working hard to provide the tools that will make everyone a better player, no matter what their level of expertise.
Asheville, NC (PRWEB) February 24, 2006
Riff TV.com announces it's official opening on Friday, February 24, 2006. The website is designed to provide a virtual learning environment for aspiring guitarists at no charge.
The project was developed by local guitarists who see the need for providing guitar related instructional materials to anyone interested in learning to play. The materials at the site include video training, chord charts, chord progression exercises, rhythm guitar training, lead guitar training, basic theory studies and more.
"The idea is to create an online environment where guitarists will gather and contribute to a community that will benefit all who participate." said Rodney, a host and instructor at the site. "We will be listening closely to our membership and working hard to provide the tools that will make everyone a better player, no matter what their level of expertise." Rodney added during his interview.
While focusing on the requirements of beginner students, Riff TV.com is also mindful of the needs of intermediate and advanced players. The goal of Riff TV.com is to create an atmosphere where members will be encouraged to participate. In short, Riff TV.com will give the members the tools they wish for and need.
Just another virtual guitar workshop? I think not. While there are select pay sites on the web that provide quality training tools for guitarists, Riff TV.com will provide quality training and tools at no cost. A tour of the site proves the quality and the best part is... the site is free.
If you are a beginner guitarist looking for useful tools and instruction, take a good look at Riff TV.com. Riff TV.com is committed to providing an online training portal for aspiring guitar players on a budget that fits even a "starving artist".