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$10 for a Beginners' Online Harmonica Course from SkillSuccess ($199 Value)

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This online course uses video lectures to teach beginners how to play the harmonica, including breathing, tones, chords, and chugging

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The course attempts to teach complete beginners how to play the harmonica, including the anatomy of a drum kit, how to read drums music, and how to play with your hands and feet. See the curriculum here. Check out more great offers from SkillSuccess.

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About SkillSuccess eLearning

Thousands of people have turned to SkillSuccess eLearning on a quest to gain—well—skills and success. The education platform boasts an ever-growing library of online courses in nearly a dozen categories, including language, technology, and health and fitness. All courses include unlimited access and support. Students receive a certificate of completion upon finishing and are granted lifetime access to the course for review.

Typically, classes are designed with beginners in mind. The piano course, for instance, uses easy-to-follow lessons that first teach complete novices how to find their way around piano and note names before concluding with how to play Pachelbel's Canon in D. Likewise, the home-brewing course leads students through the step-by-step process for brewing their own beer, and the photography course teaches them how their camera works so they never accidentally toss it into the washing machine for a deep cleaning.