WITHOUT Thick Boring Books, Expensive Site Memberships, or Dodgy Teachers!
August 27, 2015
From: Mike Hayes
Dear Guitar Enthusiast,
Are you pulling your hair out in frustration because your learn guitar program is taking too long and costing you too much money ?
Are you sick and tired of busting your butt painfully working your way through thick boring guitar books (full of nursery rhymes), following every guitar magazine routine, month after month and seeing no visible improvement in your guitar playing?
98% of everyone who starts a learn guitar program will NEVER
see ANY significant improvement in their playing!
Oh, you will absolutely see some progress at the very beginning of your guitar playing. Everyone does! But no doubt you have also come face-to-face with the brutal truth that ultimately reaches out and smacks you on the head. this progress is only temporary as your guitar playing grinds to a frustrating halt.
The Naked Truth About Guitar Playing
Here Are Your Options:
- Books and videos - you could invest a boatload of money into mostly worthless information .
- Private Guitar Tutors - can be expensive, especially when you factor in travel costs and the inconvenience of scheduled lesson commitments.
- Self instruction - you can keep plugging away on your own, reading every month's issue of your favorite guitar magazine and listening to every music store "consultant" eager to give his opinion.
I'm Convinced YOU Will Play Guitar in Less Than 60 Days. Once You Understand These Vital Musical Facts Of Life:
Books, videos, and even teachers can add years to your learning curve!
In fact. learning guitar can be confusing, frustrating and overwhelming. to say the least!
Am I psychic? Hardly! I know from experience.
Now, if you're anything like me I am quite skeptical when it comes to anything I see online. I always want to know some background information and credentials about the source of the information to put my mind at ease. So if you're a skeptic (which is totally normal and healthy) then here is a little bit about me.
Hi, my name is Mike Hayes. I'm a Professional Guitarist and most importantly, a teacher of Guitar .
I 've been playing guitar for the majority of my life. I started at the age of 13
years old playing for concerts, country dances and parties.
Maintaining a healthy balance of 'street smarts' and formal education, I have studied arranging and composition from Berklee College. Boston USA and recording engineering with Peter Miller - former producer for the Beatles (Audio Institute, San Francisco USA).
My teaching methods are legendary and have earned the praise of top authorities in guitar instruction.
I've had the thrill of having my music officially listed alongside industry heavy-weights like Michael Jackson. Tracy Chapman and Lionel Richie in the 31st Grammy Awards ballot "Best Instrumental" category.
Now the formalities are aside let’s get down to the real reason why you are here.
Unfortunately, good guitar players don't necessarily make good teachers, just as 95% of people who teach the guitar do not actually have proof of their own success before teaching you their theories, most have never performed LIVE on stage or in a professional recording studio.
From #1 hit's on the UK charts to back-up guitarist's for artists like Roxy Music. Casey Chambers and Amity Affliction our students can be regularly seen and heard on NATIONAL radio and Television working side by side with successful established performers.
"You can't learn flying from a guy who has never been off the ground!"
Over the years I've worked with the best all the big names particularly on guitar: Joe Pass, Barney Kessel, Herb Ellis, Charlie Byrd, Martin Taylor, John Williams. great jazz musicians like Dizzy Gillispie, Stan Getz, Frank Sinatra.
apart from being a very accomplished performer, Mike has all of the teaching skills, and most importantly of all. he has the ability to pass them on! A motto that's stood me in good stead throughout my life has been.
"You can't learn flying from a guy who has never been off the ground" and I can assure you that Mike has really been off the ground, and I'm sure that you will benefit from his skills."
Bruce Clarke. Professional guitarist/musician, www.cumquatrecords.com.au
"I haven't heard musicianship like this for fifteen years!"
In a world where most guitarist's have difficulty reading standard music notation here is Phil Emmanuel's comment on Mike's five piece guitar ensemble.
Phil Emmanuel. Phil Emmanuel like his brother Tommy Emmanuel, have shared the stage with Eric Clapton, Carlos Santana, James Burton (Elvis Presley)