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What You'll Get
Playing a musical instrument is a skill that will serve you throughout your entire life, like safe cracking, horse punching, and toddler juggling. Add to your resumé with today's Groupon at Encore Music in Mount Pleasant. Choose between two options.
- For $50, you get four 30-minute music lessons of your choice (a $120 value).
- For $20, you get $40 worth of musical supplies.
Owned and operated by passionate lifelong musicians, Encore Music offers expert personal training and an extensive collection of instruments for new or veteran musicians looking to tackle artistic ambitions. With instructors trained in piano, drums, guitar, or bass, Encore's in-store lessons help novices strum through the basics of chords and scales. Encore also can offer advanced advice to seasoned shredders who want to break away from their current, Henry Kissinger–fronted Mariah Carey cover band.
Encore's stock of new, used, and vintage guitars, drums, and effects pedals span from axes such as the Greg Bennett St6 N ($99.99) folk-styled small-body guitar to helpful gadgets, including the Shure PG48-XLR microphone with a switch ($39.99).
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 23, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. May not redeem until 3/22/11. Valid only for option purchased. Music lesson by appointment only. In-store only. Not valid for sale items. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Encore Music
During the mid-1970s, two touring musicians named Ed Blanton Jr. and Bubba Willis opened the original Encore Music to share their vast knowledge with aspiring tunesmiths and to stock a variety of quality instruments that would rival the inventory of a large franchise store. Though successful, the partners eventually went their separate ways in 1986. Ed Blanton Jr.’s son, Ed Blanton III, revived Encore Music two decades later with the same goals in mind, calling upon his experiences in the East Coast punk-rock scene to motivate young musicians and mohawks to reach for the sky. In its current incarnation, Encore Music now offers music lessons in guitar, bass, piano, and drums, and stocks all the equipment necessary to create an at-home recording studio.