A little insight from a new member.
I have not played regularly in 20 years. I can get by reading basic sheet music, if I go really slowly, but my theory sucks. I don’t recall what the various keys are comprised of, or how to move around them. My playing technique has come back very quickly.
With that said, I just finished Module 1. It was definitely too beginner for me, but I had fun going through it none the less. I have been skipping the slow and medium workouts, as I can easily play the fast ones without issue.
I did check out the tracks from the later mods in the extras sections and I think that I could probably play most of them today, but I don’t know that I would really understand what I am playing more than just being able to read the tab and play along. Personally I am hoping to get a foundation in the theory to allow me to jam with some friends. I don’t expect the course to make me an expert, but I am hoping there is a lot to learn in them. If they teach to at least the level of the 12 bar blues / blues box type videos that I saw on Youtube, then I think that I will be happy.
The money back guarantee made me comfortable enough to jump in. I recognize that I will not get the same “value” as someone that has never picked up a bass, but for me having a very defined “course” was of great value. I went over some of the free lesson sites out there, and some of the paid more advanced stuff. I am a parent and busy professional so time is of the essence for me. Just like I have predefined workouts for when I got to the gym so that I can just “do” and not “think”, the way that @JoshFossgreen has laid this out in a very defined progression with everything right in one place is what made me pick this course. Going through the you tube videos gave me confidence in the style of the courses which I really enjoyed and have found them to be identical in style.
Hope that helps. If I think of it, I will update this thread as I get through more of the modules. I have only been at this for a few days.