Save Big On This Training Bundle That Will Teach You How To Play The Guitar, Piano, Or Drums!

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If you have been wanting to learn to play the piano, guitar, or drums, there’s truly no better time than the present.

While you’re spending a lot of your time at home, set aside a little bit of time each day for lessons that you can watch on your own time. The Learn to Play Piano, Guitar & Drums Master Class Bundle is currently on sale for $59.99 down from $1,791, which is a 96-percent discount. It includes nine courses that focus on an array of aspects that are important when learning a new instrument.

If you are truly a beginner, don’t worry — there’s a course that will teach you how to read and write music. This will make it much easier to learn new songs and maybe even write your own pieces in the future. The course bundle will also teach you the basics of songwriting and producing. It works on composing, producing, and arranging songs from the very beginning. This specific course uses Logic Pro X, and it will teach you how to manage your writing and production workflow in a way that’s both easy and enjoyable.

The courses will also help you move into an intermediate playing space, where you’ll learn piano extended chords, chord voicing, and extended chords. If you’re more interested in the guitar, the course will focus on teaching you basic chords that will enable you to play lots of songs. You’ll also learn important strumming patterns, and get information on how to choose the best guitar for you. Once you’ve learned the basic chords, there is a course that will provide you with a step-by-step guide to playing the guitar by ear. These shortcuts, tips, and tricks will not only help you improve, but it will help you enjoy the process.

Get The Learn to Play Piano, Guitar & Drums Master Class Bundle for $59.99 today.

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