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$74 for Eight 30-Minute Beginners' Online Guitar Lessons (value $240)
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- Learn how to play the guitar in the comfort of your home.
- Grab eight 30-minute online guitar lessons with Burt Ropiha from Guitar Concepts for only $74.
- Recieve specialised beginners' guitar tuition via Skype.
- Play your first complete song at the end of your first two lessons.
- Learn from a teacher who has over ten years' experience teaching absolute beginners.
There is a legend that Robert Leroy Johnson, the influential blues musician, sold his soul to the Devil in exchange for legendary guitar playing ability. Although you could also walk to the crossroads and strike a similar deal, the good news is that you don't have to.
These days, learning to play is easy with the right guidance. All you have to do is grab eight 30-minute online lessons with Burt Ropiha from Guitar Concepts for only $74, and you'll be strumming beautifully in no time.
Whether you're in 30s wishing that you learnt to play the guitar when younger or if you're still at school and have an interest in music, this is the deal for you. Even if you've never held a guitar in your life, Burt will be able to teach how to conquer the challenge of learning your first few songs during these private one-on-one lessons. This lesson package is designed to teach you all the fundamental chords and techniques, thereby giving you the grounding to improve quickly.
Lessons are held on Wednesdays and Sundays between 4.00pm and 8.00pm via Skype, and you'll even be able to purchase a video of the lesson for an additional $5. So, dust off your guitar, and get ready to start strumming your way into 2013.
Please note: after purchasing this deal, you'll be sent an instructional video on how to set up Skype - ensuring that you're ready for your first lesson.
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