Learn to play guitar for less with an amazing 60% discount on Fender Play - for a limited time only

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If you’re planning on teaching yourself guitar or simply want to brush up on some areas of your playing, then Fender has the deal for you. Right now new users can enjoy 60% off an annual plan plus two weeks free with the code play60.

Online guitar lessons have grown in popularity over the last few years, offering access to expert tutors or lessons that are endlessly repeatable, unlike the hour you just spent with your local tutor, Hairy Jake, the man who won't shut up. 

Fender Play is a relative newcomer, launching in 2017 and growing quickly ever since. It's aimed at the beginner and intermediate levels, so it's great for newbie guitar players who want to learn guitar, bass and ukelele or anyone with a few blind spots in their playing.

Fender Play: 60% off a one-year subscription

Fender Play: 60% off a one-year subscription
From now until July 6th, you can bag a 60% discount on a 12-month subscription. Whether you are a beginner player or just want to improve your playing, this is a deal you do not want to miss!

With Fender Play you get everything from step-by-step lessons for total beginners and bespoke lesson plans, to song lessons covering tracks by contemporary artists like Ed Sheeran and Billie Eilish, to heavy hitters like Pantera and Nirvana through to classic rock numbers from The Beatles and The Stones, back to Elvis Presley. There’s thousands more to work through. Put it this way, you’re not going to be short of inspiring material to keep you playing, especially at this price.

Fender Play also includes fun features such as the Chord Challenge, which will make sure you develop key skills like quick, tidy chord changes without getting bored. You also get access to the Fender Play community, which is full of players on a similar journey, and a great place to get – and give – advice and tips! 

Whether you have 5 minutes or two hours, the range and volume of content aimed at every level of player means you'll be able to learn something new every single day.

Daryl Robertson

First and foremost, I'm a guitar enthusiast – a fanatic, some might say. I'm a firm believer that most of the world's problems can be solved with a Gibson SG and a catastrophically loud amp. Before writing about guitars for a living as a Senior Deals Writer on Guitar Player, I worked in music retail for 7 years, giving advice on guitars, basses, drums, pianos, and PA systems. I also have a passion for live sound; I'm a fully qualified sound engineer with experience working in various venues in Scotland.