Unleash your inner musician and learn how to play the guitar with these beginner-friendly courses

Have you ever wanted to learn how to play the guitar? You probably have — many of us were Jimi Hendrix wannabes at one point. And if you, too, were a frustrated musician, you probably gave up after two lessons with your guitar teacher when you found out that you couldn’t become a rockstar right away. But now that you have more time than you know what to do with, you may want to dust off your poor, old guitar and give it another go.

The Ultimate Beginner to Expert Guitar Lessons Bundle can help you become the musician you’ve always wanted to be. It offers a crash course on the basics of playing, including reading, writing, counting, tapping, and strumming any rhythm, as well as a course solely dedicated to helping you master techniques like hammer-ons and pull-offs, slides, and bends, trills and vibrato, fret-tapping, and more.

Once you’ve got the fundamentals down, you’ll move on to learning advanced jam skills, and getting to grips with three different genres: Bluegrass, Jazz, and Blues. To top it all off, you’ll even receive ear training so you can better identify pitches, and dive into a lecture on how to write your own music.

Behind all these courses is Dan Dresnok, a seasoned trainer who has been doing this teaching thing for over two decades now. He has experience working as a session guitarist for various recording studios and has moderated hundreds of group guitar clinics. You’ll be in good hands.

For a limited time, you can get this course for only $29 — a massive discount on the usual cost of $1,601.


The Ultimate Beginner to Expert Guitar Lessons Bundle – $29

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