Skilled instructors customize guitar, drum, piano, bass, voice & recording lessons for students of all ages & experience levels
- Expires Oct 3, 2012
- Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Registration required. Must order guitar 2 weeks in advance. Subject to availability. New clients or those who have not received a lesson within the last 60 days only.
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- For $179, you get a Squier Bullet Strat electric guitar from Fender (a $199.99 value) and four private 30-minute guitar lessons (a $160 value; a $359.99 total value). Customers must order the guitar over the phone and allow two weeks for delivery before beginning lessons.
- For $15, you get two private 30-minute drum, piano, guitar, bass, or voice lessons (an $80 value) and a commemorative T-shirt (a $20 value; $100 total value).
- For $22, you get one Pro Tools course (a $50 value).
Armed with Squier Bullet Strats from Fender, students join Axis Music Academy’s experienced axmen on an epic journey across fretboard mountain ranges during four private lessons. Calibrated for beginning songsmiths, the Squier Bullet Strat’s iconic headstock and double-cutaway body gives it a look that’s ready to rock without sacrificing playability. Each 30-minute lesson seamlessly integrates basic music theory and note reading with hands-on massage techniques that make guitars squeal with melodious delight. Bluesy minor chords and rollicking rock solos come to amplified life as fingers play hopscotch on the Strat’s easy-playing maple neck, and a tremolo bridge arm turns notes into bendy sonic pretzels in any musical style.
Customers who are already electric-guitar gurus can instead opt for lessons in acoustic guitar, bass, drums, or piano. Axis Music Academy also helps musicians preserve and polish compositions with recording classes, sharing insight on programs including Pro Tools, Final Cut Pro, and GarageBand to add waves of distortion to peaked riffs or spruce up performances of The Star-Spangled Banner with loops of Dwight Eisenhower rapping.