Learn how to play the guitar from the comfort of your home for only $29

This course bundle features 59 hours of training that will help you channel your inner instrumentalist.

  • With so many hours spent at home these days, there's never been a better time to learn to play an instrument.
  • The Ultimate Beginner to Expert Guitar Lessons Bundle teaches you to play guitar from the comfort of your home.
  • It features 59 hours of training, led by pro Dan Dresnok, that will help you channel your inner instrumentalist.

If you've always wanted to learn how to play the guitar, don't wait to make this dream of yours happen. Considering all the time you're spending at home, why not pick up the stringed instrument and start learning?

You won't have to go at it alone. Grab the Ultimate Beginner to Expert Guitar Lessons Bundle and you'll be strumming along to your favorite song in no time.

In fact, the online course bundle starts out with a Strumming for the Curious Guitarist class, which will teach you the very basics of reading, writing, counting, tapping, and strumming to any rhythm. It continues to breakdown guitar-focused genres, such as bluegrass, blues, and jazz, and you'll learn popular songs from each style of music. All in all, there are nine classes showcasing fundamental guitar knowledge that will have you playing like a pro in no time.

You'll be learning from Dan Dresnok, who's been teaching guitar for over two decades. He's also played as a session guitarist for various recording studios, moderated hundreds of group guitar clinics, and written a number of guitar method books. His specialty lies in jazz, bluegrass, blues, rock, and music theory, so if any of those interest you, you've come to the right place.

In total, the bundle includes 59 hours of guitar training that you'll have access to whenever and wherever you have time to learn. This beginner online guitar training is valued at $1,601, but you can sign up for only $29 for a limited time, which comes out to about $3 per class.

Prices subject to change.

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