Now YOU Can Get Personalized Online Guitar Lessons From a Rock Guitar Master!

Learn Electric Guitar Online from Multi-platinum Guitarist Paul Gilbert

Tired of playing the same thing over and over again?  Wouldn’t it be great to finally put it all together and learn how to REALLY play rock guitar?

 



Welcome to the Paul Gilbert Online School of Rock Guitar:

  1. Get unlimited access to a complete HD video library of Paul's lessons online

  2. Submit practice videos and get personalized Video Exchange™ feedback from the master himself

  3. Learn by watching Paul's exchanges with other students

  4. Get inspiration from a worldwide community of enthusiastic guitar players working together with Paul Gilbert

For the first time, Paul breaks down his entire approach to rock guitar -in order- for beginner, intermediate and advanced guitar players. Plus you get the ability to show Paul what you’re doing and get personalized feedback designed to take your playing to the next level.

                                            

"The school is awesome! I have learned more in one year there than I have learned in all the rest of my years of guitar playing combined. I definitely recommend checking it out."

- Paris Cloyd
                                            

Paul Gilbert made his name with Racer X, solidified it with platinum-selling Mr. Big, and reached new heights on the G3 Tour with John Petrucci and Joe Satriani.

Now ArtistWorks’ revolutionary Video Exchange™ Accelerated Learning connects you to Paul Gilbert and a global community of artists and amateurs all dedicated to unleashing the musician inside you.

It’s easy to sign up and learn guitar at your own pace.  Your satisfaction is guaranteed.  Join today!

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Beatles for Marlon
Sep 14

paul gilbert and son

My boy, Marlon, is three weeks old now, and that means it's time to start introducing him to The Beatles. He seemed to like "Here Comes the Sun," "All I've Got to Do," "If I Fell," and "I Want to Hold Your Hand." He complained a bit about "Day Tripper" and "I Should Have Known Better," but I think that is probably because I didn't sing them well enough. 

I've got a lot of music to play for this boy. I can't wait to get to "2112" by Rush. But that may take a few years.

Rock and Roll,

Paul