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Join me for 1 hour LIVE Video Zoom Calls where you will get all the tools and material you need to finally become a great guitar player.

Learn a proven guitar method that has helped thousands of students develop the skills and confidence to play their favorite songs

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Terry Carter's proven method has helped thousands of students of all skill levels master the guitar.

What People Are Saying:

The course is perfectly paced with a good balance between chords, reading, tablature, and technique. Terry Carter is a great teacher with a wealth of knowledge and answers to any question. He will help you improve no matter what level you are at.  The book is easy to understand and follow. You'll learn everything you need to know to get started on the path to becoming a great guitar player. Great for complete beginners eager to learn, or someone looking to become more well rounded with a better grasp on the fundamentals.

Jeff Chamberlain

Professor Carter brings an infectious energy and enthusiasm to guitar classes, which boosts the motivation of students to learn and practice daily. He is a professional, who is detailed in his teaching approach and always fun, Be prepared to improve at playing guitar whether you are a beginner or advanced student. In class, we wasted no time rather jumped in often following Professor Carter's lead without chord charts, appealing to our nascent ability to play by sight and ear. He strived to bring out the best and brightest in our class, not by focusing on the slowest students, which I initially thought myself to be, but rather having confidence in each one of us that we'd rise to new levels. He pushed us to be better, to want to be better guitar players.

Donna Barnett

I hope this finds you well. I wish I could convey how much your class has meant to me. Describing it as life-changing would not be hyperbolical. Thank you for all that you have done for us. Thank you also for bringing your former student to class. He is inspiring. Interestingly enough, I made a commitment to a friend that I would finally go to the Da Poetry Lounge tonight and participate, after avoiding going for the last 3 years. Anyway, in the last few weeks, I had wondered how I could incorporate guitar into performance poetry and today, now I know. I know we only have 2 more days left of class, but would you mind accompanying me on my poems that I could do with you so I can see what is possible on the guitar? It's only 3 minutes long. I started to compete in poetry slams back at Harvard, 10 years ago! and I haven't been that as active since. I am trying do something about that and I think guitar will help. Franco's reminder that dreams can come true was a helpful reminder. I try remind myself each day that my dreams will not happen on accident. 

Michelle Jackson