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· 5 days ago
· 21 July 2018
· 27 May 2018
What You'll Get
Choose from Five Options
- £9 for a three-month access (94% off)
- £14 for a six-month access (94% off)
- £19 for a 12-month access (95% off)
- £29 for a 24-month access (96% off)
- £39 for a 36-month access (96% off)
Course includes: 305 video segments, over 40 hours of HD video instruction on different aspects of playing the guitar: acoustics, reading music, guitar geography (learning the fretboard, ear training for melody and harmony, guitar techniques such as strumming, fingerpicking and introduction to blues guitar, country fingerstyle, solo and lead guitar
Modules include: choosing the right guitar | how to tune the guitar | musical alphabet | scales and patterns | modes | chord construction | learn to read music notation | understanding the fretboard | recognizing melodies and chord changes by ear | strumming | fingerpicking | blues guitar | instrumental playing | lead and solo guitar
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The Fine Print
Must redeem by 31 Jul 2018.
Purchase: Limit 1 per person. May buy 4 additional as gifts.
Restrictions: Register online: http://www.totallyguitars.com/frontpage/redeem.php. No refunds or cancellation once log in details have been provided. Internet connection required. Valid on option purchased only. The offer includes access to the Megapack Series lessons only. It does not include access to other lessons on the site.
Original values: Verified using our merchant's website on 17 Aug 2017.
About Totally Guitars
Totally Guitars combines music lessons with a blog and online association of guitar players. It is a community of 250 000 students from 50 countries around the globe. From basic theory to more complex techniques and professional tips, the website offers guitar lessons for all levels of advancement. Totally Guitars also organises live shows and their annual International Music Camp. Courses are run by Neil Hogan, who played with world-class musicians such as John Renbourn, Al Stewart, Keola Beamer and Laurence Juber.