- Report: #1104484
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Complaint Review: Guitarcontrol.com
Guitarcontrol.com1800 Mineral Spring Ave, BOX 149, N. Mineral spring, Rhode Island USA
Guitarcontrol.com Claud Johnson1800 Mineral Spring Ave BOX 149 N. Providence RI 02904 USA The said on their site that they will give you a 365 day money back guarantee now no one is returning my emails or calls. Providence Rhode Island
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I did a google search for guitar lesson Dvd's, and came across guitarcontrol.com. I gave it a try because the site claims they will give you a 365 day money back guarantee if the dvd's don't do anything for you. I opened the guitar control dvd and watched the first lesson and off the bat there was no knowledge to gain from this lesson. Point blank he plays guitar but he is ABSOLUTELY the WOOORST music teacher! The Dvd has no diagram or markings to show you what he is actually doing with the fret board. I emailed the company waited 4 days "when they said only 2-3 days" and got no response, i attempted a phone call and left a voicemail still no response, its been a week and a half now no response BUT, i'm still getting newsletters from this BOGUS Claud Johnson! Wooow.
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