Now that we are all finding ourselves with more time to spend at home, it can be tough to pass the time. Social distancing has caused many of us to become very bored with our new daily routine. It can be hard to find things to do when everything is closed and many of us do not know when we are going back to work. At a certain point, there is only so much Netflix that a person can watch.
If you are anything like us, you have thought about using the downtime to acquire new skills. Musical instruments can be tough to learn under normal circumstances. However, we all have a sizable amount of time on our hands now. There is no excuse not to pick up an instrument and learn how to play it. Fender knows your pain and they have got you covered in the meantime.
Free online lessons are being offered for those who are looking to learn how to play the guitar or ukulele! By the time you are finally able to hang out with your buddies again, you can surprise them with all of the songs that you have learned, and you can even serenade your neighbors if you are truly bold.
The offer is being provided to the first 100,000 people who are willing to sign up for the Fender Play program. Three months of free lessons are available to those who are looking to learn on their device of choice. Whether you are using a tablet, phone or computer, Fender is here to help. If you would like to redeem the offer, take a moment to obtain the special code (click here to redeem it).
The code expires once the first 100,000 people have claimed their lessons or by April 20, whichever comes first. These lessons are typically available for $89.99 annually, so this is one heck of a deal. Video lessons are offered that give students the chance to learn through the usage of popular songs. You can choose from tunes by Shawn Mendes, Sia, Ed Sheeran, Green Day, or Led Zeppelin.
Would you like to see these lessons in action? Head to the Fender Instagram page to find out more. According to the company’s statement, “We’re all going to be spending more time inside so we might as well make some noise.” This is one of the best ways to manage the stress that we are all feeling. At times like this, it is very important that we find an outlet. Share away and rock on!