Anybody use the site Six String Country?

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  1. Wrong-Note Rod

    Wrong-Note Rod Poster Extraordinaire

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    was looking to learn a new lick or two and saw that site on youtube.

    the tutorials look good, you only get a 5 minute or so clip of each one...

    Anyone here pay the fee and use it a lot? It seems good, just wondering if anyone had any negative, or positive, experience

    NO I am not affiliated with this site, nor am I marketing it. Just honestly want to know if anyone thinks its worth the money.

    https://www.sixstringcountry.com/
     
  2. mfguitar

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    The initial "free" lesson looks great. $100 for a year is not very much at all and more than likely well worth the price. I wish they had a list of songs they are covering in this fashion, maybe I just need to poke around a bit more. Thanks for posting this, I had never heard of it.
     
  3. Lenny1716

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    Never heard of the site and, based on your post, took a quick look. Looks like it is pretty comprehensive for learning. Following the discontinuance of Fenders Riffstation site, which I liked, found Chordify a good site for my needs. Though I have a subscription, can be accessed/used for free. Depending on what your interest is, it may be something to checkout.

    https://chordify.net/
     
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