Unhappy with the LACK of Progress You're Making in the Jazz Guitar Department?

Here's How HUNDREDS Of Our Students Play JAZZ Better in a Matter of Weeks, Turning Frustration Into Musical Progress ...

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"Private Instructor In a Box; a formal way of obtaining structure in learning jazz guitar, and ensuring progress." -Jacques S., Canada

"I'm really enjoying my Unlimited Membership and Instructor In A Box is "dead on helpful" [...] Using a timer sounds crazy but it does keep me on task and gets to all areas of practice." -Randy S., U.S.A

Are you sick of trying your hand at jazz guitar and seeing little or no results?  

It doesn’t matter if you've been playing guitar 7 months or 17 years ... ask any guitarist and they'll tell you jazz is really difficult to learn, let alone master. And, if you already are an experienced guitarist and musician ... you're likely feeling a bit ashamed of not "getting jazz" as easily a rock, blues or folk.

And you’re not alone… 

FACT: Only 10% Of Guitarists DON'T Struggle With This

This means that 90% of up and coming jazz guitarists share this common issue, and it has been stated as their #1 obstacle ...

Not Enough Time to Practice and Get Better

We interviewed thousands of visitors on this website throughout the years, and this is what 90% of them keep telling us.

That's right ... according to visitors worldwide if you're reading this, nine times out of then it's because you think you don't have time to get better at jazz guitar. 

And it's your biggest obstacle too! 

Not scales, not chords, nor playing Giant Steps at 320 bpm. "Not Having Time" is your most challenging issue.

Now, Do You See Why Jazz Guitar Mastery Seems Impossible? 

Naturally if you believe not having time is your biggest challenge, then you're not going to try and work around your current schedule and get on the path to success. 

Personally, (and believe me, I've been there) I know that what is lacking is not the time, but structure. 

A litte organizing goes a long way! 

But it's very hard to get organized and disciplined if you believe, deep down, that progress is already impossible because you can't afford to "play guitar 12 hours per day" ... 

So generally you'll noodle a little every night and NOT make any progress. 

Week after week, playing the same old licks.

The Ultimate Guide to Improving Your Jazz Game 

We do private jazz coaching for a dozen clients, at all times, online and off. We have over 4,000 guitarists using our self-serve jazz guitar tutorials on a daily basis. From experience, I can tell you this:

You don't need more time. You need a program, a protocol, a system.

And furthermore, if you've got 30-45 minutes, three to five times per week, you have plenty of wiggle room to execute and improve. 

I like to think of it this way: 2 to 3 hours per week is a very good time investment for mastering jazz guitar. In fact it's an average over all private students of mine.

Slow and steady wins the race :)

After teaching thousands of private lesson hours I came up with the ideal step-by-step program for maximizing your jazz guitar skills.

After synthetizing all my ideas, I was left with a simple, easy-to-follow course that incorporated all the basic concepts I still use in private teaching to this day.

Here’s a sampling of what’s covered in this tutorial… 

  • The three reasons you’re not making progress right now, and how to get around them …  
  • How to take advantage of what you’re already good at (race your strengths…)  
  • Your information diet: using this “fill in the blanks” training program template and STOP the overwhelm!  
  • Why you should invest at least half your guitar time into this vital topic …  
  • Define your rocks: eliminate time-wasters and only play around the areas that help you sound better …  
  • Prescribe your treatment: how to decide on laser-focused, ultra-specific musical exercises to improve your jazz guitar skills fast  
  • Getting from scratching your head to 100% clarity and purpose in less than two hours …  
  • What kind of jazz guitar exercises, chords or scales to focus on in the beginning  
  • Your flexible practice routines starts with using percentages (and not minutes) during your guitar "workouts"
  • How to maximize progress by actually focusing on LESS things …  
  • How to keep track, and make sure your skills are improving week after week, month after month, …  
  • Stalling? The conversation with yourself you need to have to get unstuck  

And so much more...

Personally, I wouldn’t attempt to help any student improve his or her jazz guitar playing without having a proven, step-by-step guide to follow. Neither should you. And this is especially true if you've been trying to get into jazz without success.

I mean it…

Don't Pickup The Guitar Until You Watch This Tutorial

Through JazzGuitarLessons.net, I’ve already done all the hard work, made all the mistakes and figured out what works with private students (and what doesn’t). Teaching thousands of private guitar lessons each year, believe me, I've made a few good mistakes along the way! 

And showing jazz guitar skills to others is our full-time job!

That’s why we were very careful keeping tracks of WHAT WORKS in terms of practice routines, exercises and guitar habits. We documented the processes diligently into Private Instructor In a Box's curriculum, so students can use the easy-to-follow instructions and re-create these musical victories on their own.

In the past this entire method was all in my head only. But now, it's all well detailed and explained in this video coure.

And you don’t have to go it alone!  

Normally these video tutorials sell for $40 - $50, but for a very limited time I’ll let you have instant access to Private Instructor in a Box for just $7.

Yep: $7.  

Literally now, you can have one fancy Starbucks drink or you can: 

  • Save time and always know exactly what to practice, how, when and for how long. No more noodling. 
  • Gain soloing chops you didn't even know you could develop
  • Avoid being embarrased next time someone asks you "Play me a song!" 
  • Get unstuck from your current musical rut and make strides again
  • Set up your practice regimen the right way (the first time) and progress faster in the jazz guitar world.
  • Convert your frustrations into "jazz guitar wins" on daily basis!

The choice is yours.

Click the "Enroll" button below and become the best jazz guitarist you can be.

Improve Your Jazz Guitar Chops Today!

Frequently Asked Questions

When does the course start and finish?

The course starts now and never ends! It is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish.

How long do I have access to the course?

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100% Satisfaction + Effectiveness Guarantee

If you've made an honest effort to use the materials in this product during 4 weeks and you're not satisfied and/or did not see any improvements in your playing, then we'll give you a 100% refund. Your time is precious. And so is money. Write a simple email to support@jazzguitarlessons.net within 30 days of the transaction and we'll refund immediately, no questions asked.

"Improve Your Playing, or We Don't Get Paid!" 

About the Author

I’m your real teacher: Marc-Andre Seguin, a Canadian thirty-something jazzer, teacher and composer at times. 

This course features very detailed explanations, examples and precise training routine templates (for ALL levels, and ALL styles).


"Private Instructor In a Box; a formal way of obtaining structure in learning jazz guitar, and ensuring progress."

-Jacques S., Canada

"I'm really enjoying my Unlimited Membership and Instructor In A Box is "dead on helpful" [...] Using a timer sounds crazy but it does keep me on task and gets to all areas of practice." 

-Randy S., U.S.A

Improve Your Jazz Guitar Chops Today!

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