"Guitar Songs' sound quality surpasses other guitar-teaching CD-ROMs because it uses real recordings of guitars and vocals... now you’ve got no excuse to skip practicing."
– Time Digital Magazine
"Never mind Riven; now you’ve got no choice but to turn on your computer"
– Guitar One Magazine
"All told this is a well-designed, easy-to-use multimedia songbook. For fans of this musical genre, this is a great piece of software."
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– MacHome Magazine
"Guitar Songs takes the concept of learning 'licks off records' to new heights."
– Lisa Everitt, Rocky Mountain News
"Part of the magic of this depth of instruction is that it caters to so many different levels of musical talent, whether you’ve just bought your first six-string or you’re an accomplished player..."
– Tracy Collins, Pittsburgh-Post Gazette
"Tune up the ol' six string and get ready to rock. The real star of the show is the quality of the instruction... shows the true value of multimedia instruction."
– John Moran, Hartford Courant
"Guitar Songs is just the product to get you in tune with the instrument."
– Jean Nash Johnson, Dallas Morning News
"If you’re a sometimes strummer with six strings and a mouse, where do you go to improve your technique and repertoire?"
– Ian Harvey, Toronto Sun
"I have used 2 of your products for guitar so far and I love them. I have never been able to afford private lessons, so I thought I would try the software. It’s great! In 2 short weeks I learn how to play “Before you accuse me” by Eric Clapton, the whole song! I want more! I am learning a few of the other songs on guitar songs, and I am hooked. This is the easiest way to learn a song that I have encountered in 15 years of trying to learn guitar! So, I wanted to say thankyou! Also I hope by the time I am done learning the other songs on Guitar Songs, you will have another cd out that will have Rock guitar hits in the same format. This is a great product, I will recommend this product to anyone I come in contact with. I can’t wait to see your next software product. Keep em coming!"
– Stan Ledbetter