Yousician is a new guitar learning app that I discovered through ads while watching YouTube videos.
It must have appeared based on my new searches and previously viewed videos.
After seeing the ad a couple of times, I got quite interested and curious to check it out.
So, I downloaded the app to see if it was worth it.
I already know how to play guitar, but as a musician, the learning never stops, and you can never learn too much.
Once you open the app, you will take a quick placement test so Yousician can analyze your skill level and give you the appropriate lessons.
After trying the Yousician guitar learning app for a couple of days, I decided to write what I think.
FYI, I was using Yousician to learn the guitar.
Is Yousician Premium Worth it?
In my experience, I did find Yousician pretty useful.
There are some things that threw me off, but I understand that beginners might find this app very useful.
In terms of learning, their teaching style is kind of designed more for beginners and for people who have never touched a guitar before.
As a person who already has guitar knowledge, some things were quite confusing to me.
I will start off this review with things that I liked, and things that I did not like about Yousician Premium, and you can decide whether Yousician Premium is worth it for you.
What I Did Not Like About Yousician
Here are a few things I didn’t find incredibly appealing:
First off, you should know that once you sign up for Yousician Premium, you will be locked in for a yearly contract and pay the monthly fee of $9.99 for 12 months.
It is a good idea to read about my experience before committing to a 1-year contract.
You do not want to pay a monthly fee for a year for an app that you end up not using.
Because I was used to learning using notes and the numbering system, their color system was a little confusing for me.
Most of the time, I will miss a note because each finger on the right hand will be assigned a color.
The color system is confusing, and it took me a while to get used to it.
However, I feel that beginners wouldn’t mind the color scheme since they do not have prior guitar knowledge.
I noticed that some of the songs are a little repetitive.
It is probably best for beginners to play songs on repeat to improve muscle memory.
There are not many songs you can learn with this app, which is a bummer, but beginners can really learn using this app.
The new update actually includes new songs to the library that I’m sure beginners will enjoy.
What I Liked About Yousician
Here are a few things I found pretty cool about the app:
I loved the fact that it will provide you with the lessons you need based on your guitar skill level.
I may not like the color scheme system, but it does not mean that you can’t learn useful guitar techniques.
Beginners will make the most out of Yousician Premium, and who knows how much they can learn in one year.
Beginners will appreciate the visual learning aspect that Yousician has to offer.
Because of their backing tracks, I am spending more time on the app than I expected.
I am feeling a little improvement in my playing ever since I tried it.
For the one week, I have been on the app, my hand positioning, accuracy, and stamina has noticeably improved.
Does Yousician have a free trial?
Yes, Yousician offers a 30-day free trial, so you can get a glimpse of what to expect.
With Yousician, you can also learn how to play Bass, Piano, and Ukulele.
Since I signed up and signed for a year contract, I will continue to use the app.
You can learn useful guitar lessons, such as the basics and correct techniques.
Yousician Premium can be worth it if you are serious about learning.
If you allow a couple of hours a day, you will learn how to play guitar, and even become an excellent guitar player in the span of the annual contract.