$59 for Four 30-Minute Music Lessons at Rock Inc. ($120 Value)

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Zac Diebels draws on skills gained during a career as a producer and touring musician to teach music theory, timing, and performance skills

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Expires Sep 4th, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Reservation required. Valid only for guitar, bass, piano, or vocal. New clients only. Must use lessons in four consecutive weeks. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Humans are born with an innate musicality that is first manifested by crying in perfect pitch and shaking rattlers in 6/8 time. Harness biology's gifts with this Groupon.

$59 for Four 30-Minute Music Lessons in Guitar, Bass, Piano, or Vocals ($120 Value)

Guitar, bass, and piano lessons teach basic chords, scales, and music theory. Vocal lessons help develop range, improve pitch quality, and foster on-stage confidence, and ensure touring musicians have tools to sustain the quality of their voices.

Rock Inc.

When Zachary Diebels teaches the skills needed to be a performing artist, he's speaking from experience. The 17-year music-industry veteran has had major-label and independent recording contracts with Hollywood Records and Spunout Records, and has toured with acts such as Foo Fighters, Filter, Limp Bizkit, Beck, and Kid Rock. A music producer by trade, Zac establishes a custom curriculum for each student that helps students build technical skills and learn music theory at a realistic pace. Every 90 days, students assess where they are and where they're headed as they deepen their musical pursuits in a supportive environment. Zac also teaches the production side of music in a recording studio tricked out with all the bells and whistles: microphones, compressors, MIDI capabilities, and analog bells and whistles.

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