In the early stages of learning guitar there’s really no need to pay the expensive hourly rates a private teacher will charge you simply because most what you’ll learn (basic chords and strums) can easily be self-taught at home.
Houston, TX (PRWEB) April 11, 2014
CeBASE, a new website that features expert tutorials from many of the most famous online guitar teachers, has just added a new section that is devoted to guitar chords. Paul Perry, one of the most popular online guitar teachers, has created and posted the highly informative, top quality and media-rich section that covers everything from progressions and open chords to barre chords and more.
While many people would like to learn how to play the guitar, they might not know how they should go about it. Professional guitar lessons can be expensive, yet it can be challenging to teach oneself to play without any guidance or direction. This is where CeBASE can help—by offering in-depth and educational content, including text, videos, PDFs, diagrams and audio, those who want to learn guitar now have an outstanding online resource that can help them.
Each teacher will be given one page on CeBASE and a specific topic to cover in as much detail as possible. For example, rather than offering a quick description of guitar and acoustic chords, Perry offers in-depth instructions that can empower anyone to learn how to play guitar, all from the comfort of home.
“In the early stages of learning guitar there’s really no need to pay the expensive hourly rates a private teacher will charge you simply because most what you’ll learn (basic chords and strums) can easily be self-taught at home,” an article on the new website noted, adding that the founders of the site suggest that people spend at least 6 months teaching themselves before paying for lessons with a local guitar teacher.
“This way you’ll have already learned the basics and can get the most value for your money.”
In Perry’s new section on guitar chords, he starts by discussing the 10 chords that people should learn first. With the 10 chords, guitarists can form two keys. As they work their way through the new section of the website and watch the helpful videos, new guitarists will learn how to make their chords sound perfect, how to speed up their chord changes, and much more.
Anybody who would like to learn how to play the guitar is welcome to visit the CeBASE website; there, they can browse through Perry’s section about chords, as well as explore the other areas of the site.
CeBASE aims to become the most authoritative information site on learning guitar online. The website is based out of Houston, Texas with a staff of three full time professional guitar teachers. They produce high quality, media rich content that makes the learning experience as engaging as possible for their readers. For more information, please visit http://www.cebase.org/chords/.