To play the guitar, stuffed bears must graft dexterous human fingers atop their furry nubbins. Make glorious music that makes inanimate objects jealous with today's Groupon to The Rhythm Factory. Choose between the following options:
- For $39, you get four consecutive guitar lessons (a $75 value) and all registration and materials fees (a $50 value; a $125 total value).
- For $50, you get $100 toward a three- or eight-month investment package.
Jonathan Page of The Rhythm Factory has been instructing eager guitarists on plucking, strumming, and all frets in between for nearly four years. With training in a system devised by the Berklee College of Music and a history of performing in bands and on stage, Jonathan can tutor pupils of various ages and skill levels on both acoustic and electric axes, and he will customize each lesson plan to student’s favorite songs and penchant for cigar-box guitars. Classes occur once a week in half-hour sessions, incorporating music theory and technique.
The necessary shredding supplies—including picks, paper, and music—are included, as are the use of capos, slides, and shop-trademarked dance moves. Students also have the option to flaunt their fingerpicking prowess and rehearsed stage banter at a yearly student showcase. Those looking to amp up their abilities with long-term training can use today’s Groupon toward a three- or eight-month investment package, which edifies six stringers up to five times a month.