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TL;DR: The 2022 Complete Piano and Guitar For All Music Composition Bundle is on sale for £30.22, saving you 97% on list price.


If you’ve ever wanted to learn a new instrument, this could be your chance to pick up the foundational skills behind two of the most popular instruments to learn: guitar and piano. 

With the Complete Piano and Guitar For All Music Composition Bundle, you could start learning two complex instruments with one bundle. For a limited time, this music education course set is on sale for £30.22. 

Whether you've tried to learn an instrument before or this is your first time playing music, this bundle should be a great place for you to start. Starting with piano, you'll get three courses and 22 hours of instruction. These lessons include the fundamentals and even methods for playing classical music. You might be listening to yourself playing some Beethoven before too long, though you may need a translator to read the composer’s notes on his sheet music. 

If you want to learn guitar, this bundle gives you five courses to choose from, including two introductory courses: Guitar Lessons for the Curious Guitarist and Beginner Guitar Lessons Crash Course. Once you finish practicing your chords and learning the basics of guitar theory, you could start exploring different genres of music to play. This bundle even has courses on Jazz or Blues guitar. 

All courses are available to you for life. Music may be constantly evolving, but the basic mechanics should remain the same, even as popular genres shift and grow. Each guitar course is taught by Dan Dresnok, a guitar teacher with over 50,000 students between his online and in-person teaching roles, and he even wrote a book on playing Jazz guitar as a beginner. 

Sharpen your musical skills and get this Piano and Guitar Composition Bundle for £30.22. 

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How to learn to play the guitar? This question is asked by almost every person who has decided to devote part of his life to music. And this is quite natural – because some say that you can do it yourself, while others immediately send you to a music school, to get private lessons of a teacher. Of course, with proper skill and diligence, you can learn to play the guitar by any method and resort to your method. But when you're already doing it cool, you can start decorating your guitar with shop guitar accessories. That would be really cool.

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