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Learn To Play Guitar Pack

by eMedia
Platform : Macintosh, Windows 2000, Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows NT, Windows XP

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System Requirements

  • Platform:    Windows 2000 / 95 / 98 / Me / NT / XP, Macintosh
  • Media: CD-ROM
  • Item Quantity: 6

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Product Description

The eMedia Learn to Play Guitar Pack includes a full-size Sequoia acoustic steel-string guitar, a guitar strap, an extra set of strings, a guitar pick and the eMedia Guitar Method CD-ROM. The Sequoia guitar is made from fine woods ¿ the spruce top helps give it a warm, full sound and the durable rosewood fretboard will last through many years of playing. The best-selling Guitar Method CD-ROM teaches with over 165 step-by-step lessons covering everything from basics to chord strumming, playing melodies and fingerpicking.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
This was a cool gift April 8 2014
By Kim Sims - Published on Amazon.com
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My husband has been interested in playing the guitar for a long time and I'd read good things about this package from eMedia so I gave it to him as a gift. He has enjoyed noodling around with the guitar and the lessons included, and the guitar, case, and other item seem to be of good quality.
and I'm still not very good. I just wanted you to know that about ... Oct. 23 2014
By Tommy Colvin - Published on Amazon.com
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I am an "expert novice," having played guitar for around eleven years, and I'm still not very good. I just wanted you to know that about your reviewer, so you can make your own decision about this review. There is some sort of CD-rom that comes with this guitar that is not that great, which is something I read before I bought it. Mine came with no literature, either; something I thought it was supposed to have. The rest of the stuff advertised came with it. One thing I read indicted the fret board lights up to help you learn to play; mine does not. The guitar is pretty, & the finish seems to be relatively good. Depending on which description on which site you read, it has a spruce top, though I'm relatively sure it's a laminate. The guitar seems smaller, thinner, but since I'm not a big person, it's fine. One thing I read stated it has an on-board tuner; mine does not. The fret edges protrude & are rather sharp, but for me, it has not been a problem, though I'm sure some will wish to file them down, should they receive the guitar in this condition. The action was REALLY low out of the box, with no discernible room for adjustment with either the saddle or nut, & it buzzed horribly. However, a very small adjustment of the truss rod placed the action perfectly for my taste. The guitar is on the tinny side, as many guitars in this price range & size have a tendency to be, in my experience at least. The guitar does not hold its tune perfectly, but I've had worse. I've seen the guitar advertised for around a buck & a quarter. Had I paid that, I would have been upset. Having paid only a Grant, though, I'm fine with it, & keep it handy in my living room for whenever the mood strikes. I didn't buy this guitar to learn to play. I bought it to have a handy beater around the house. For that, it's fine.
Buy the program - get a guitar someplace else Sept. 8 2014
By Chris Alexander - Published on Amazon.com
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This became a major disappointment. First the good. I was quite impressed with the packaging when this arrived. There was no damage to the box and nearly everything that I receive from the USPS these days is damaged. On unpacking I noted that the boxes were sturdy and everything was as described. I installed the software and found it was easy to use and seemed pretty friendly. The instruction in the lessons were good and the computer interface worked well. Even in a noisy room the guitar tuner seemed to work well. Now for the bad. The guitar was warped so badly the strings hit the neck and this could not be remedied. I was able to identify the offending area and determined it was not fixable. Did I expect a fine instrument? Absolutely not. I just wanted something I could pick on and try to learn a little but to do that sound has to come out.

What to do? I guess send it back for a refund. To my surprise, a full refund for shipping of this improperly constructed item was not furnished. I was only to get $3.99 for the return shipping which turned out to cost me $27. This was quite a disappointment and a testament to the quality control of today's retailers. If I were to buy again I would suggest purchasing only the program and sourcing a guitar locally. I ended up getting a decent guitar locally for pretty cheap.
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Great Product Nov. 13 2011
By jonathan - Published on Amazon.com
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Bought this for my son. His old guitar was broken when we moved from Germany back to the U.S. I saw this pack and since he never had the opportunity to learn that this may be a great way for him to get into a hobby that he is interested in. I am currently deployed and did not have the option to go store shopping. Out of all the online sites, this was the best choice. He absolutely loves it.
4 of 9 people found the following review helpful
great item, great gift March 10 2005
By J.M. - Published on Amazon.com
It comes with everything you need to start to learn the guitar.

My question is why is there another Emedia guitar pack that costs more? What's the difference?