Here’s a quick little PPE for you: Let Fender help you finally learn how to play the guitar that was gathering dust in the corner of the living room. Sure, you bought a guitar with optimism and good intentions, but then a delay set in. It̵
Let’s call it an encore, because Fender originally offered this deal back in the spring as a relief for people who came to the. It was so popular – Fender Play’s user base grew from 150,000 to 930,000 subscribers – that it will be offering the free offering again by the end of the year. Just sign up for your three months off and train yourself to be the next Hendrix. Or Jack White. Your decision.
The website offers courses in acoustic and electric guitar, bass, and ukulele and does not require a credit card to sign up. Enjoy!
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