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The leader of a one-man band usually has calloused fingers from holding down guitar strings and snapping out his own drum solos. Take up your own instrument with this voucher.
Choose Between Two Options
- Beginner’s online guitar-lesson package ($40 value)
- One year of all-access online guitar lessons ($108 value)
Get access to high-quality lesson videos that you can watch at your own pace on your computer, tablet, or mobile device. With the beginner’s package, students get 58 lessons that take them from the very basics to barre chords. With the one-year option, students can tailor your own lesson plan by starting at a beginner level, or choosing lessons that focus solely on specific techniques or songs, including pop hits such as Ed Sheeran’s “Thinking Out Loud,” country staples such as “Wagon Wheel” by Darius Ricker, and classics such as Eric Clapton’s “Layla.” Other site features include tabs to the song lessons, ear-training exercises, jam tracks, and quiz material.
Center Stage Guitar Academy
With more than 20 years of tenure in the music industry—including experience teaching, recording, and touring with bands such as Blessid Union of Souls—Bryan Billhimer knows how to shred. In his latest venture, Center Stage Guitar Academy, he's converted his knowledge into easy-to-follow, high-quality lesson videos designed to let students master the guitar at their own paces.
Shot from multiple angles, the videos feature split-screen footage for ease of comprehension. With instruction broken down into over 500 lessons with new ones added each month, students can start with basic strumming and fingerpicking techniques, building up the motor skills and hand dexterity needed to tackle subsequent lessons in barre chords, 12-bar blues, and improvisation. Students are welcome to design their own lesson plans based around skills (including music theory), or genres of music, such as country, blues, rock, classical, pop, and pop rock, which must never be mixed with Diet Coke.