ArtistWorks is a bit different for a few reasons.
They offer their lessons in a different format. Instead of joining a website and paying a membership fee for full access, you instead purchase a membership to a specific instructor or "school".
If you want to learn rock guitar, then you sign up with Paul Gilbert's program. If you want Blues guitar lessons, you sign up with Keith Wyatt's program, and so on. You purchase 3, 6, or 12 month plans to a specific instructor's course. So it's much more specialized.
All the courses are very high quality, and the instructors are excellent. There are sample lessons you can try to see if you like how the instructor presents the material.
The other thing that's different about ArtistWorks is that they have what's called a Video Exchange feature.
This feature allows you to record and submit a video of yourself playing the guitar, and have the instructor give you personal feedback. So it's almost as if you're getting real in person lessons.
There is also a large archive of other students who have submitted their videos, so you can watch and learn from their submissions and feedback as well.
Each "school" is made up of hundreds of high quality lessons you will have full access to as long as your membership is up and running.
If you like the sound of this Video Exchange feature, and you're willing to pay a bit more for it, then it's worth checking out some of the guitar schools offered here.
You can view all the different guitar schools and specific instructors by clicking here.