Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Questions About New Downloads

These are answers to some questions about my new DVD digital downloads.

Q: Can I buy and download an individual program or do you only offer the package deal?
A: Yes, you can download individual DVDs for only $18.95 each. Scroll down toward the middle of the order page.

Q: Do you offer free access or further discounts to customers who already own your DVDs?
A: Yes. I can discount them further for you (sorry no free access). Please email me and be sure to use or include the email address you originally ordered the DVDs with so I can confirm your purchase. I’ll follow up with the existing customer discount details.

Q: If I already bought and downloaded a .mov file can I be given access to the other formats?
A: Yes. Email me if you would like to exchange for a different format.

Q: I already own your videos. Why are you trying to sell them to me again?
A: I broadcasted this announcement to my entire mailing list. And I’ll be sending out a few more messages about it. Please disregard if you already own the videos.

Q: Do you have any new programs for sale?
A: No. But now that I’ve finished making my DVDs available as digital downloads I intended to create some new materials that will pick up where Fretboard Theory and my DVDs leave off. Stay tuned!

More questions or comments? Feel free to email me.

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2 comments:

online guitar lessons beginners said...

Nice questions and answers there.
I have a question. Where can I learn guitar as a beginner?

Mr. Desi Serna said...

Good question about beginner guitar lessons. I have hours of free video footage that teaches easy beginner guitar songs posted on my website.

The nice thing about this instructional material is that it emphasizes real songs and practical applications. This approach suits the interest of most beginner guitar players better than the old fashioned, traditional notation explanations and exercises that continue to be repacked and resold everywhere.

Try it!