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Great guitar lessons. Very organized and Tom Hess is a good player who explains new ideas very well. My style is along the lines of Lamb Of God and Meshuggah, so I play technical and heavy stuff. He showed me some things I didn't know about playing 7 string and has helped me play much cleaner using thumb muting. Cool guy.See positive reviews
I wasted over a grand on this guy for nothing. He'll bleed you dry and threaten lawsuits while he's doing it. Every program he sells is an introduction to his next bigger better and more expensive program that's SURE to teach you all the secrets of the music business that he doesn't know because he got kicked out of Rhapsody.See critical reviews
Tom Hess can help you if you play electric guitar and any of the following styles, it's not true that he only teaches metal: - rock guitar lessons - metal guitar lessons - progressive styles - neoclassical & shred - pop - indie - classic rock - blues styles You can read all details about his online guitar lessons at https://tomhess.net/Guitar
Of course it is a legit company, if it wasn't, it wouldn't be in business since 2002. It would be a pretty bad business model to create this huge website with thousands of articles/resources, hundreds of free videos and spend full time hours in the business only to scam people. The typical red flag of a scam website is that it has almost zero quality content. These websites don't have huge YouTube channels, don't have massive amount of REAL testimonials (who are not hiding behind fake names), real social media following, etc. Think about it... how much money could one really earn in the business of ripping people off one time, then they figure out it is a scam and then quit paying for lessons/coaching? One serious member who stays here for years because they love the value they get is much better to focus on than trying to scam 100 people. Also, obviously, in the United States, scamming people is against the law (as it should be!) Can one always make everyone happy? No, of course not, but that often times has nothing to do with the value that is delivered (coaching is always a 2 way street, 50% is the coach, and 50% the student, and what the student does with the value they learned. Miguel (Andy is not his real name) in the previous comment is one example. His political and philosophical views - which have nothing to do with the coaching he received - are different from TH's (which is totally fine for us, but apparently not for him) so he chooses to spend his time attacking TH and vandalizing the value he created instead of creating value of his own.
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