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What You'll Get
Studies show that children who don’t learn to play a musical instrument often try to eat one. Keep didgeridoos out of their duodenums with this Groupon.
Choose from Five Options
$20 for two piano lessons (a $40 value)
$32 for a drumming package (a $65 total value)
- Two drum lessons (a $40 value)
- One practice pad (a $17 value)
- Drumsticks (an $8 value) <p>
$45 for an acoustic guitar package (a $100 total value)
- Four acoustic guitar lessons (an $80 value)
- A one-month guitar rental (a $20 value) <p>
$10 for $20 worth of musical accessories and gear such as a three-pack of D’Addario acoustic guitar strings ($18.99) or a Snark chromatic guitar tuner ($25)
$29 for $60 worth of musical instrument repairs, such as a full guitar setup ($40) or a clarinet repad ($170). See the list of services. <p>
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 3, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Valid only for option purchased. Must use music accessories, goods, and instrument repairs promotional values in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About RENAISSANCE MUSIC
Since 1972, Renaissance Music owner Gary Mullen has lived out his philosophy—that anyone can learn to express themselves through music—by selling instruments from makers such as Yamaha, Gibson, Fender, and Martin. The shop’s deft repairmen tend to all the wear and tear musicians inflict, building up a cache of services that ranges from guitar restringing to giving the Heimlich to blocked trumpets.
He facilitates patrons' enjoyment of the music world not only through sales but through lessons; the shop’s team of more than 30 instructors teaches almost 800 students on instruments from the piano to the harmonica. Students can show off their newly learned techniques during in-house concerts, and peruse a vast in-house supply of sheet music for classic concertos or newer works, such as Bach and Mozart mash-ups.