As we enter Dec, we always look out for offers, discounts, deals on gifts, and other things we buy for ourselves and our friends and family. And the best time to find these offers is during the holiday season.
As we enter Dec when deals and offers are in full swing, Guitar Confidence is offering you another great deal. Here is your Black Friday opportunity to present yourself or your loved ones with online guitar classes. We offer mobile and personal one-on-one guitar classes, but because of the current COVID-19 pandemic, we are providing online guitar classes that you can learn from the comfort of your home.
So, if you are wondering what to give that special person in your life, why not gift him or her online guitar lessons this Christmas. Moreover, if you yourself love music then why not gift yourself this Black Friday Special offer!
You can buy our annual Black Friday Package at a 60% discount and get a package worth $275 for just $110.
Our Black Friday package includes:
- Six 30 minutes’ private online guitar lessons
- Gift envelop with 6 gift certificates
- Two free Guitar, Ukulele, Banjo, or mandolin method books valued at $50 retail
So, you can save on online guitar learning lessons by purchasing Guitar Confidence’s Black Friday package. If you are interested in learning guitar, then this is the best time to start your classes as you automatically become eligible for our “Black Friday Guitar Lessons Special” offer! All you must do is visit our website.
Our master trainer Mr. Rex has over 40 years of experience as a musician, music instructor, arranger, and performing artist. He has been a guitarist in San Francisco Bay Area and New York City recording and performing with artists such as Frank Sinatra, Barbra Streisand, Sammy Davis Jr., Paul Simon, Michael Jackson, Wild Cherry, The Drifters, Tammy Wynette, Jackson Brown, The Pointer Sisters, Tower of Power and many others. His formal education was at Berklee College of Music, Boston MA where he majored in music arranging & composition. Mr. Bell studied classical guitar at New England Conservatory, Boston MA. He has studied under musical greats, e.g., Ron Parker, Harry Lahee, George Barnes, Warren Nunes, Don Haas, and Judy Davis.