Fender Play Learn to Be a Rock Star



Fender Play ReviewDeveloper – Fender Digital

Price – Free one month trial period ($9.99 per month thereafter)

Fender Play Online Free Guitar Lessons


Fender Play My Rocker Background

the cheapest used Fender I could find in the classifieds.  Remember this was the 90’s and Craigslist was accomplished by reading the classified ads in the daily paper.  I still have the crappy guitar and thinking I had enough guitar background, I figured I would try Fender Play online guitar lessons app and provide a true non-biased review, if it actually helps.

Getting Started on the Fender Play App

Fender Play CostYou will need a guitar. I hope this is understood. I spent fifty bucks and got mine restrung and tuned at my local music mom and pop store. I downloaded the app and provided all the unnecessary registration information all apps seem to require these days.  Note,  by signing up for the free month you have authorized automatic renewal and cancellation steps are pictured to the left of the home screen?.  The app will prompt you with two questions to help it teach you what you what to want to learn.  Choose between electric or acoustic, and then select the style you want.  Both acoustic and electric have the following styles available: Rock (Hell Yeah!), Pop, Country, Blues, and Folk.  I chose electric and rock because while I am a tech nerd and look like one, I am really a rocker at heart.  After making your selection, you  choose your lesson type (called skills), and each skill will have multiple lesson.  There are five levels you can choose skills from based on your current ability (mine would be classified as  bad beginner).

Fender Lessons and is it Worth Your Time?

Fender Play CostEach lesson is a video between two and six minutes long on average. They really do a great job on starting really basic and teaching you as if you didn’t even know what a guitar is.  I would watched the first ten or twenty seconds and could quickly identify if I need to keep watching.  Based on my decade’s old knowledge, level three is where I started seeing value for me.  If you have never picked up a guitar, start at level one.  If you consider yourself a novice and have been messing around with friends to start a band and have already learned a bit, start on level three.  Skip the app all together if have taken or already enrolled in lessons.  I would recommend taking the course outlined in the app before taking any real, one-on-one lessons as it will jump start the lesson process.  Use the app and take one or two of the lessons a day and work on the technique (level one and level two lessons can be taken almost continuous without the need to practice).  You should be able to complete the course in less than a month and spend any money  so don’t forget to cancel the subscription.  Expect to learn basic techniques like chords, learn to read tablature (simple number based music writing method), and probably be able to play a bad version of most simple songs to impress your friends, but this is really about the extent of the program.  Let us know if you do try it and your thoughts.  Have a great Thanksgiving and put down the phone enough to enjoy your family and friends.

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