I checked out the theory course, its $200 USD, which seems high compared to others I have looked at. I am not saying the course isn't worth it, just that $200 USD is a bigger number than I am used to seeing for lessons.Here's another great source of materials for beginners and experts: Home - Guitarzoom.com • Play Guitar Now with GuitarZoom
They go on sale all the time. I've bought course bundles for way less than that. Now I've got something like 15 courses in my queue.I checked out the theory course, its $200 USD, which seems high compared to others I have looked at. I am not saying the course isn't worth it, just that $200 USD is a bigger number than I am used to seeing for lessons.
thank you for sharing@Hafwene . Both Electric and Acoustic guitars play the same way as far as chords, notes, tuning, and playing are concerned. Electric is easier to play but you will need an Amplifier to project the sound. If you are having a hard time playing the Acoustic (Normal?) guitar will be more difficult to begin with, but it will help you build your finger and hand strength. Choosing Electric to begin is perfectly fine if that's what you choose. Many people choose to begin with electric. The most important thing for you is to choose a guitar that is comfortable and easy to play and allows you to play songs that you want to play. Depends on you and no one else. There is no right or wrong type of guitar to start with. It's a very personal choice.