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Learn to Play Blues Guitar
April 29, 2010

Welcome to the April 2010 edition of the Pluck and Play Guitar Newsletter.

Some major new stuff is brooding in my musician's closet, most of which will appear on the site shortly. This Newsletter is your heads up so that you know what's happening. Please read on...

In this Issue:

1. Learn & Master Guitar Sale
2. Learn to Play Blues Guitar
3. Musician's Friend

Learn & Master Guitar Sale

Learn and Master Guitar is the most comprehensive DVD-based guitar tuition course available today. It's the most popular simply because it's the best. The good news it that the program is currently offered at a hugely discounted price offering $100 off all of their products. The sale ends on Thursday April 29th at midnight.

If you're serious about learning more of the guitar I recommend you check out the Learn & Master Guitar Review on my site to see if it's what you're looking for.

Visit the Learn and Master Guitar Website

Learn to Play Blues Guitar

The major need for an inexpensive and comprehensive beginners Blues guitar course has set me in motion to create one! I'm currently working on a Beginners Blues Rhythm & Lead Guitar Course that will be available as a downloadable E-book with accompanying video's and backing tracks.

This product will use comprehensive text and video-based lessons, along with Tabs and Backing Tracks to teach you all about the style of Blues:

- Blues Rhythm Guitar
- 12 Bar Blues Chord Progressions and Riffs
- Blues Scales & Licks
- Blues Lead Guitar
- The Foundations of Blues soloing

In short, this product will be ALL you'll ever need to learn to play Blues Guitar. Now here's the heads up: It will be released in about a months time on the PluckandPlay website and will be available at a special introductory price of $9.97 (50% discount of the regular price).

This offer is only available for the first 50 buyers (No this is not cheap sales lies, if you're buyer nr. 51 you'll pay $19.99), and subscribers of the Pluck and Play Newsletters get first choice.

So keep this is mind. Learn to Play the Blues for the price of a large pizza! I'll let you know as soon as it's released...

Musician's Friend

Musician's Friend remains the number one online retailer for guitar and other musical instruments. If you're looking at buying a new instrument or even something small like a Capo or Guitar stand, I highly recommend you check out Musician's friend before you simply run down to your local music store.

Their prices are usually better than those at offline stores and they've got free delivery with most orders. So if you're into instrument shopping, check them out!

Ask a Guitar Question
Just a reminder to make use of the Guitar Questions section on This handy feature allows you to ask specific guitar-related questions and receive an answer in a day or two. If you've got any specific questions feel free to ask away and be helped!

That's all from me for April, I hope you have a blessed month and may your guitar skills continue growing!

Leon Webmaster -

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