Helsinki, Finland – Musopia and JustinGuitar are excited to announce the launch of Justin Guitar Beginner Song Course by FourChords 1.0, the ultimate beginners’ guitar learning app for iOS and Android devices. This app brings together the best parts of FourChords Guitar Karaoke by mobile app development studio Musopia and the state-of-the-art Learning Path from Justin Sandercoe, the massively popular YouTube guitar teacher described by The Independent newspaper as ‘one of the most influential guitar teachers in history
It seamlessly combines the great features of FourChords play-along song book with the Justin’s Learning Path method’s instructional videos, innovative exercises and an amazing collection of hit songs picked by Justin himself. Having honed his guitar teaching skills over more than twenty years Justin has received many accolades, including testimonials from Brian May and Tommy Emmanuel. The Justin Guitar Beginner Song Course distils the finest elements of his methodology into a fun and polished app experience.
‘When learning the guitar, it’s really important that it’s fun, and I designed the Learning Path in this app so the student learns just a couple of chords and then puts them to use making music with a backing track – something that most beginners find inspiring and awesome fun! We can then keep them interested while learning more chords, strumming patterns and skills and the better they get, the more they enjoy it.’ says Justin.
The songs in the Beginners Course collection, handpicked by Justin, are displayed in the play-along style pioneered by FourChords with adjustable backing tracks and lyrics. They support the players’ learning experience and keep them engaged as they progress through the course, by the end of which, budding guitarists are able to play hundreds of awesome tunes like ‘Hey Joe’ by Jimi Hendrix and ‘Wonderwall’ by Oasis.
About Justin Sandercoe:
Justin Sandercoe has been playing and teaching guitar for over 30 years. His globally acclaimed website justinguitar.com teaches hundreds of thousands of people all around the world to play guitar, for free! He has over 250 million video views on YouTube and well over 25,000 people a day learn on his site. He taught at The Guitar Institute in London and has a monthly column in Guitar Techniques magazine. The Independent newspaper called him "one of the most influential guitar teachers in history" and he has received accolades from many guitar legends including Mark Knopfler, Brian May and Steve Vai.
* iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch
* Requires iOS 9.0 or later
* 203 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Justin Guitar Beginner Song Course by FourChords 1.0 is Free and available worldwide through the App Store in the Education category. There is also an Android version available on Google Play. For more information, please contact Paula Lehto.
Based in Helsinki, Finland, Musopia Ltd is a mobile app development studio dedicated to creating fresh and innovative music software that makes playing music easier. FourChords Guitar Karaoke, ChordShaker Pocket Guitar and Ukeoke Ukulele Karaoke are the first apps from this team of guitar enthusiasts and IT professionals. All of these apps have been featured by Apple as Best Apps and reached TOP10 Music rankings in more than 40 countries, with millions of jamming sessions on iOS and Android devices. Musopia is working together with the instrument industry and music education organisations. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2016 Musopia Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, OS X, iPhone, iPod, iPad and macOS are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.
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