Fred himself agrees and suggests you buy his book which I haven't read and maybe the best guitar reference book out there for all I know. I went on site looking for it and couldn't find it. Typical. I am not sure what to tell you about this guitar lesson. One the one hand it has some day one or two guitar learning techniques and on the other it has more advanced finger picking techniques and chords.
This is sort of a hodge podge, lackadaisical approach where as I prefer a more linear structure. I want to go from point A to point B and to understand before moving on to Point C. This guitar lesson doesn't do that - its asymmetrical, its confusing and if you use it at your first introduction to guitar you are going to be left with more questions than answers.
It wont hurt to own this if you have been studying guitar for some time as it offers a different perspective and other guitar players as examples. Also if you buckle down with the very pleasant pamphlet you may get a lot more out of it.
The pamphlet is nice because the type is well set by professionals rather than somebodies girl friend and larger than usual so people that don't have 20/20 vision will feel more comfortable.
Also it has the chord charts for each song right there for you so if you don't know any of the chords you can start to learn them right there. I am not panning this guitar lesson but I am not raving about it either.
It depends where you are on the guitar learning path and if you aren't sure then perhaps you better read a few reviews where I do rave about a guitar lesson and give you my opinion about where to best start your journey from. Rockabilly Guitar isn't as easy as many try to make it sound by a long shot.
“I never had much interest in the piano until I realized that every time I played, a girl would appear on the piano bench to my left and another to my right.”
― Duke Ellington