With the amount of "secrets" this will teach you - I had to double check that Colonel Sanders wasn't running it.

The first paragraph alone had me in fits of laughter:

"This Controversial Guitar Site Unveils How A Limited Offer to Obtain Stunning Secrets Has Some Guitar "Gurus" Enraged, Up In Arms, And Scrambling For Cover!..."

Coooooooome on.

"This program is NOT for:
3) Guitar players who want to spend too much time practicing."

Reminds me of 6 Minute Abs and 3.2 Minute Buttocks. Here's the 22 Minute guitar practice session. I dunno, but I don't think anything outweighs the obvious benefits of some hard work and persistence.

Andrew's guide may well be wonderful, I don't know, but the lame marketing spin leaves me to really question its usefulness. I see very little as to what the program actually offers. Is it anything that a quality book loaned from the library or free guides from the web will not?

Here's a review: http://www.thechristianguitarist.com/2005/12/07/andrew-koblicks-amazing-guitar-review/

One positive from that review is it looks like Andrew is a good bloke if you are not satisfied with the product and will honor his guarantee.


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